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Scooter Braun recently sat down with CBS This Morning to discuss his career as the one of the biggest talent managers in the game. He talked about his work with Ariana Grande, Kanye West and Usher and deflected questions about running for Governor of California.
He also explained what went into Justin Bieber’s decision to skip out on the last 14 dates of almost never-ending “Purpose World Tour.” According to Scooter, the decision wasn’t easy–but not much about working with Justin is.
Scooter called canceling the tour an “extremely” difficult decision and said, “Look, I think he’ll decide to tell people when he’s ready what exactly happened.” That might sound extremely vague, but that’s only because it is. Whatever it was that led Justin to bail, Scooter clearly takes it very seriously.
Since canceling the end of the “Purpose World Tour,” Justin Bieber has been spending a lot of time at church and with spiritual leaders. While the high dose of religious activity has led some to question what’s to come for Justin, a new report from PEOPLE features an insider claiming that Justin is doing great now. After concerns about Justin’s health and spirit, he’s apparently righting his spiritual ship thanks to his holy friends.
Louis Tomlinson has some thoughts about Justin Bieber’s decision to cut his lengthy “Purpose World Tour” short. The One Direction singer opened up in a radio interview about what it means to leave fans hanging and when it’s okay to take time for yourself.
“Obviously, you have to be in a good position mentally,” Louis said, possibly referring to some of Justin’s unhinged behavior. “But I also think, to a certain degree, when you’re signing up to something, you should see it through.”
“There’s never enough that I can say or do for the fans,” the world tour veteran said. He made it clear that, for him, nothing comes before his customers. “At the end of the day, it’s the people who are buying the records that are putting you where you are,” he added.
Apparently, Louis doesn’t exactly approve of Justin’s decision, even if he understands why he made it.
Check out Louis’ entire interview below.
(Photo credits: Phil Sharp and Justin Bieber Instagram accounts)
Justin Bieber may have ended his “Purpose World Tour” early, but it hardly felt that way after over a year on the road. While he’s been dealing with that tiny car accident he got into, Justin apparently hasn’t had time to update his wardrobe following the end of the tour. He was spotted out in Malibu over the weekend wearing some of his history-making “Purpose Tour” merch, and it wasn’t exactly subtle.
SPorting bright yellow gym shorts with the word “TOUR” in all caps on the front, Justin apparently doesn’t have a problem with paparazzi photos adding insult to injury for Beliebers everywhere. One shot even showed Justin grabbing a handful of something inside his shorts.
Justin has been hanging out in L.A. a lot since blowing off the end of his tour. The singer has been spending a lot of time at church, leading some to wonder if Justin is ready to move from music to religion as his calling.
Check out photos of Justin in his “TOUR” shorts below.
(Photo credit: Justin Bieber Instagram account)
Justin Bieber’s decision to cancel the remainder of his “Purpose World Tour” may have disappointed a few people in his life, but the singer has at least two by his side. After citing “unforeseen circumstances” for the cancellation, singer John Mayer took to Twitter to explain why Justin ending his tour was the best decision, especially given the recent death of Chester Bennington.
Even Justin’s manager Scooter Braun took to Instagram to voice his opinion about his artist cancelling the tour. “That was never our intent. But a man’s soul and well being I truly care about came first and We must all respect and honor that,” he wrote after a series of thank yous. “Now please stop commenting on all my other photos that have nothing to do with this just kidding….but I’m not .”
Read Scooter’s full message below.
(Photo credit: Purpose Tour Instagram account)