After Preaching God’s Love in Manchester, Justin Bieber Cancels 14 Upcoming Concerts. Fans Suspect He plans to start a Church  - ARREYB

After Preaching God’s Love in Manchester, Justin Bieber Cancels 14 Upcoming Concerts. Fans Suspect He plans to start a Church 

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Following Justin Bieber’s decision to cancel 14 upcoming shows fans have hinted that he is planning to start his own church. 16 months into a worldwide tour, Bieber explains to the anxious audience he wants to take a break but many think his excuse is too mean.
They say his friendship to one Pastor Carl Lentz and his recent commitment to the Hilsong Church might just be another clue he is about to go religious.  He was even present at the Hilsong Convention and was actively involved.

Justin Bieber through his manager has apologized to all the expectant fans saying he just needed a break .Scott Braun  has taken to social media to explain the reason for the sudden annulment .

“On behalf of myself, Justin, and the team, we are sorry. That was never our intent. But a man’s soul and wellbeing I truly care about came first and We must all respect and honor that. Justin will be back and I know he looks forward to performing for you and with you all again. One chapter ends and another begins. Thank you again” he consoled the angry fans. 

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However, Bieber’s fans are skeptical of his actions and think he just wants to go the religious way. This scene comes few months after spoke of God’s love in the Ariana Grand’s One Love Musical concert in Manchester where he asked the hailing crowd to put their hands in the air and repeat some words after him. 

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