Justin Bieber Addresses Racism Issues During His Recent Norway Tour
Justin Bieber is finally back on stage after postponing his world tours following his diagnosis of Ramsay Hunt Syndrome. This Sunday, fans saw the singer perform in Trondheim, Norway. He also took the stage to take a moment and talk to his fans about his album Justice and the meaning and intent behind it. Justin Bieber also took to Instagram and shared part of the short speech he gave during said concert.
The singer tackles racism
The Babe The singer also spoke about racism in his speech and said: “So when we made the Justice album, we wanted to create an intentional moment. A moment of unity, a moment of acceptance, a moment of belonging. . In this world there are a lot of divisions, and what justice is is that we all come together. We know racism is wrong. It’s wrong.”
Justin Bieber also asked his fans for the responsibility to do better and said, “But you and I get to make a difference. We get to be the ones who stand by our brothers and sisters and make a change, so I’m so grateful that each of you here tonight is part of this message, part of this journey.
Check out the singer’s full speech below.
The return of Justin Bieber
The singer revealed a few days ago that he was returning for his tour after enduring his battle with Ramsay Hunt Syndrome a month ago in June this year. Earlier, Justin Bieber postponed his Justice World Tour after being diagnosed with the disease until further notice.
Earlier, Justin Bieber also performed in Italy at the famous Lucca summer festival after taking some time off to recover from Face Paralysis Syndrome. The singer’s wife, Hailey Bieber, was quick to take to social media and talk about it. She took to Instagram to say how proud she was of her husband while posting a clip of the singer and said, “One thing I know for sure is you can’t keep this guy down. …” His caption was accompanied by several emojis.
Justin Bieber also took to Instagram to talk about his Justice Tour earlier and shared an important message with his fans while uploading a clip. He said, “Guys, I want to say thank you so much for bringing me back. It’s my first day back. It’s so good to be here. As some of you know, the “Justice Tour” is about equality. It is a question of justice for all. It doesn’t matter what you look like, it doesn’t matter your figure, your height, your ethnicity. We are all the same, we are all one. We know racism is bad. We know division is bad. It is wrong. But we’re here to make a difference, and I want to thank each and every one of you for being on this tour tonight.