59 dead and more than 500 injured victims have already been confirmed at a Las Vegas concert. Justin Bieber is now thinking about all this, and he has a message for all his fans. He is reminding everyone to stay strong and not let fear take control after the terrible violence.
The nightmare happened while Jason Aldean was performing on October 1 at a festival in Las Vegas.
A gunman opened fire from the window of a nearby hotel, killing 59 people and injuring more than 500. This was the country’s deadliest mass shooting.
Beberapa penyanyi cantik dunia memberikan ungkapan duka cita dan dukungan terhadap para korban penembakan di Mandala Bay, Las Vegas, Amerika Serikat. . Diketahui, sedikitnya 59 orang tewas dan 515 orang mengalami luka-luka pada peristiwa yang terjadi pada hari Minggu (01/10) lalu. ?: @usweekly #infia #infiashowbiz #TaylorSwift #arianagrande #jenniferlopez #mariahcarey #lasvegas #prayforvegas
This nightmare was definitely on Justin Bieber‘s mind when cameras caught up with the singer on a morning stroll down Melrose Ave. on October 2.
‘We just have to stay strong and not let fear take over, you know? It’s a scary thing,’ he revealed with a sad tone in his voice.
As for if he’s ever had a security scare of his own at one of his shows that could have made his fans targets of violence, he assured the cameraman, ‘No, nothing like that, no.’
This was good news for his fans, but he also had some bad news to deliver in the process.
When he was asked if he is going to beef up security at his next concerts after what happened now, he revealed that he is not planning on doing any shows soon.
Justin had a few performances that were scheduled throughout the fall at stadiums across the U.S. but scrapped the remainder of his Purpose World Tour in July after suffering from road fatigue after 18 months on crisscrossing the globe.
It looks like Justin is keeping his word and he is staying away from performing for a while.
Those who have been caught up in the terrible violence in Las Vegas were on Justin’s mind, and he said, ‘My love and my prayers’ go out to the victims and their families. Our thoughts and prayers go to them as well.