Justin Bieber May Have Cancelled His Tour So He Could Start His Own Faith

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By now you’ll know that Justin Bieber has cancelled the remaining dates on his worldwide tour and quite a lot of people are quite a lot of mad. Though he promised to refund each and every ticket buyer, it doesn’t really make up for the huge letdown that his fans would have gone through as, sadly, he’s the be all and end all of life to some people.

It’s not 100% clear why he cancelled the dates but since he’s been doing the same tour since early 2016, even the most anti-Bieber amongst us must admit that must be pretty draining. He’s presumably very burnt out.

That being said, still a bit of a wanky move. Don’t bite off more than you can chew.

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But some insiders are saying that there’s more to his tour cancellation, claiming that he’s looking into his faith more now.

Entertainment guru Richard Wilkins says that sources close to the 23-year-old Canadian have spilled the real reason, and it’s pretty out there…

I am led to believe that the real reason he has come off the road is because he wants to reconnect with his faith and he may be even planning to start his own church.

So that’s weird?

On his website, a statement from the Bieber team reads:

Justin loves his fans and hates to disappoint them. He is grateful and honoured to have shared that experience with his cast and crew for over 150 successful shows across six continents during this run.”

The rest of tour dates were mainly in the US but there were a few in Asia too, including Japan and Hong Kong.

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It does sound all very far-fetched but Bieber has been spending his fair share of time at Hillsong Church recently so maybe it’s not all some weird pipe dream.

I wonder what his church would be like. You know how Henry VIII created the Church of England just so he could divorce Catherine of Aragon? Maybe Justin’s following that kind of vibe. He just wants to do whatever he wants but still be considered a Christian… for some reason.

Just a theory.

Would you join?

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