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Justin Bieber Confirms Tour Dates In Japan Still A Go!

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What a little Bieber of his word!

Despite the crew of his tour reportedly flat-out refusing to participate out of fear of nuclear radiation and future earthquakes, Justin Bieber has maintained that he will continue on to his scheduled tour dates in Osaka and Tokyo, and yesterday, confirmed to his Bieblievers via Twitter!

He said:

"5 shows left of this leg of the #myworldtour! Manila, Hong Kong, Taipei, Osaka and Tokyo! Like I said…we are going to JAPAN! #supportjapan."


We cannot commend him enough for being such a stand up young man during all of this!

Hopefully he's managed to convince his crew members how important this show is to his fans out there, especially after all their country has been through, and they've come around to the idea - as they should!

The things you worry about the most tend to never happen, guys!

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5 comments to “Justin Bieber Confirms Tour Dates In Japan Still A Go!”

  1. 1

    the people of Japan have suffered enough. they shouldn't have to deal with Justin Bieber on top of everything else!

  2. 2

    Re: celebfan – That really isn't funny considering the dangers he and his team are going to face by going to Japan. Whatever your personal opinions are of him, do not try to make humor at his attempt to help the people of Japan in his own way. Many a Japanese 12 year old girl would disagree with you and they are the ones who fear for their life. Not someone sitting behind a computer making snide comments.

  3. 3

    I agree. Bieber's staff should put aside their health concerns because "Bieber Fever" is more important that one's life.

    Perez, you should take your mom to Japan, you can both hang out by the nuclear reactor and chant Bieber's name. As well, I am sure you would be more than willing to give up everything you own and accept personal financial responsibility to any crew member who gets cancer in the future as a result of this.

    OR, you can stop being so bloody dim witted and realize NO performance is worth risking your health for. NONE (yes perez that does include gag-gag also)

  4. 4

    Excellent medical advice: "The things you worry about the[sic] tend to never happen, guys!" What a shameful load of ignorance to try to pass on to others. Should we then cease to have any health concerns about anything whatsoever? Were Perez, or anyone else for that matter, to actually venture to read any of the reports on radiation levels in Japan, it's hard to believe they would maintain the same feelings. Especially as we are discovering through newly-translated studies of the Chernobyl disaster, that the ongoing negative health effects and deaths of millions have been the biggest cover up in medical history. The Japanese government has already RAISED what is to be considered the acceptable level of radiation to 20 TIMES the former limit on schoolgrounds (and raised the national standard by 5 TIMES the previous number). You can see why, as an estimated 75% of schools have now surpassed the previous 1 millisievert limit since the disaster. What is worth getting CANCER - and likely an early, slow and painful death? These workers are saying one job isn't worth it and I have to agree. I think any Japanese fans could understand this choice and should be more concerned about their own wellbeing than a concert at this time.

  5. @v@ says – reply to this


    He has cojones, but the choice for each of his crew is a personal one, and no one should judge. What they need is clear info regarding the existing levels over there so they can make an informed choice. Many Japanese citizens have live geiger counters displayed on UStream that currently show fairly low and acceptable levels of MEASURABLE radiation. The crew likely experiences more on single flights.