Justin Bieber's Fans Worry His Marriage To Hailey Bieber Can't Survive A Tour — Should Singer Take More Time?
Can Justin Bieber handle going on tour? Would his marriage to Hailey Bieber survive? These are new fears that concern fans as they feel that Justin is suffering from emotional distress. Since Justin and Hailey were married for a second time on September 30, 2019, fans have been concerned that he doesn't seem to be in a happy place. They remember the stress and depression he dealt with when he went on tour in 2017 for his last album Purpose, and the stress proved too much. Justin cut his tour short and sought healing for his emotional issues.
He has seemed much happier since he married Hailey and they don't want to see Justin go through any personal setbacks. When it comes to Justin's fans, they care more about his emotional health and well being than they do his music or even seeing him on tour.
They don't want him to push himself too far and are willing to wait for him to make sure he is in the best place possible before releasing the album and going on tour to promote it.
They also want to make sure that Hailey can handle Justin being on tour for an extended time and many of his fans are saying they just don't think that Justin and Hailey are in the right place for him to go on tour.
They think that the last thing Justin Bieber needs is for his relationship with Hailey to suffer or worse — for the couple to split up or get divorced!
Photos of Justin Bieber captured in California on November 27, 2019, have many of his fans worried for his emotional health.
Just as there are many fans who want to see Justin and Hailey survive their hardships, there are those who feel he should divorce Hailey and try to reunite with Selena Gomez. What do you think about Justin Bieber and Hailey? Do you think their relationship can survive Justin going on tour?
Should Justin focus on his well being and marriage first and save the album and the tour until he is 100 percent ready and ensures Hailey can handle the pressures that will come along with both?