The Biebs Is Alright, Declares Manager
Justin Bieber's right hand man Scooter Braun says there's "nothing wrong" with the singer, despite his recent concert cancellation.
Fret not, Beliebers.
Despite enduring a rough week in London -- in which he collapsed onstage before scuffling with the paparazzi, singer Justin Bieber is completely fine, according to the man who discovered him.
"There's nothing wrong with him," Scooter Braun told E! News. "He's in a great place."
The statement comes after news that the 19-year-old singer had cancelled his upcoming concert in Portugal -- which Braun claims had nothing to do with the popstar.
According to Braun, who's been managing Bieber since 2009, the cancellation happened awhile ago due technical issues.
"It has nothing to do with anything other than that," Braun reassured. "Tell everyone Justin is good, really good."
The cancelled show announcement follows a string of public struggles for Bieber, which all began with what he called his “worst birthday” when his celebrations at a London club were cut short by security, forcing him and his entourage to retreat back to the hotel.
After his busted fete, the "Baby" crooner was booed by fans when he was almost an two hours late to his March 4 gig at London’s O2 Arena.
During the following Thursday night performance, Bieber collpased on the floor during his “Beauty and a Beat” routine at the same venue, causing him to be rushed to a nearby care center.
Upon leaving the hospital, Bieber sparked further hoopla when he pounced on the paparazzi for snapping photos of him entering his car.
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