Justin Bieber is sticking to his beliefs in a bout with Ramsay Hunt syndrome.


Justin Bieber finds solace in faith amid his ongoing battle with Ramsay Hunt syndrome.

The pop singer went live on Instagram on Monday to inform fans of her recovery after suffering temporary facial paralysis from an illness.

Here’s everything you need to know.

Justin Bieber Turns to Faith After Diagnosing Ramsay Hunt Syndrome

On Tuesday, Justin Bieber commented on his religious beliefs in Instagram Stories.

‘I just wanted to share a little bit of how I felt,’ Bieber said. I got better day by day, overcame all the discomforts, and found solace in the one who designed me and knew me. I remind him that he knows me all. I remember he knew me all.’

The singer added, ‘He knows the darkest part of me that I don’t want anyone to know, and he constantly welcomes me with his lovely arms’.

The 28-year-old author went on to say, ‘This perspective has given me peace during this terrible storm I am facing. I know this storm will pass. But in the meantime, Jesus is with me.’

Ghost hitmaker described the post with captions that shared similar sentiments.

He said: ‘At this point in my life, I realize that storms come and go. Jesus kept reminding me that he was with me in the storm. It’s not about storms. We are never alone and he understands.’

Reaction to Justin Bieber’s Illness Post

After Justin Bieber revealed the syndrome, he received warm messages of love and support from fans and friends.

Pattie Mallette, the mother of the Grammy Award-winning artist, commented with multiple emojis expressing sadness, love and support.

Musician Lil Gnar wrote ‘You got dis bro.’

Canadian comedian Tom Green wrote ‘Pray for Justin’s recovery! God bless you!’

Josh Levy also said, ‘I love you, my friend.’

‘Jesus is great,’ said professional boxer Ryan Garcia.

Bieber announced Tuesday that it would postpone several performances of the Justice World Tour, including a concert at the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Canada.

Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, operator of Scotiabank, issued a statement the same day.

They wrote, ‘Due to a non-coronavirus-related illness, Justice Tour has delayed its Toronto and DC shows this week.’

He added, “It will be an honor if the postponed schedule is announced soon, so hurry up.”

This is the third time Bieber’s Toronto concert has been postponed. The first two were in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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