After he was told he had Ramsay Hunt Syndrome, Justin Bieber had to put his Justice World tour on hold. The musician told his fans at his show in Trondeheim, Norway, on Sunday what his Justice album was about and why it was important to him. On his Instagram page, Justin also shared a short speech he gave at the concert.
In the speech, Justin spoke to his supporters and talked about racism. “So, when we were making the Justice album, we wanted to create a moment on purpose. a time when everyone gets along and everyone feels like they belong. This world is very divided, so for justice to happen, we all need to work together.” The singer continued, “Racism is wrong, and we know that. It’s untrue.”
As he kept telling his audience that they had to get better, Justin said, “But you and I are the ones who can change things. It’s up to us to work together with our brothers and sisters to make things better. So, I’m very thankful that each and every one of you is here today to hear this message and go on this journey with me.”
Justin sent a moving statement after his recent return to the stage after a health scare. Justin Bieber’s wife, Hailey Bieber, recently talked about a tough time in their relationship and also talked about it on Live With Kelly and Ryan. The model said that the couple’s health problems had only brought them closer together because they were there for each other during the scary time. So, while we were writing the Justice record, we wanted to purposefully create a moment.