‘I’m never gonna be perfect,’ Bieber After Tour Cancellation

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Justin Bieber sent a message to his fans, saying he was “never gonna be perfect” but hoped to learn from his mistakes, after the abrupt cancellation of his world tour and accidentally hitting a photographer with his truck.

The 23-year-old singer, who called off the remaining 14 dates of his “Purpose” world tour on July 24 and injured the photographer after a Beverly Hills church service two days later, said in an Instagram post:

“broken relationships dictate the way I acted toward people…  [I] let bitterness, jealousy, and fear run my life.!!!!”

He added:

“Im VERY aware I’m never gonna be perfect, and I’m gonna keep making mistakes but what I’m not gonna do is let my past dictate my future.”

He did not mention the accident with the photographer, who suffered minor injuries and thanked the singer in an Instagram video last week for staying with him until emergency services came.

Having more than 150 shows, Bieber pulled out of his tour, citing only “unforeseen circumstances” at the time, which brought frustration and worry to his fans. It also brought support to the Canadian pop star from celebrities like singer-songwriter John Mayer, who gave Bieber credit for looking after his mental well-being.

A day after the cancellation of his tour, Bieber told TMZ.com, a celebrity news outlet, that he was looking forward to “just resting and getting some relaxation” after two years on the road.

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