Justin Bieber condemns racism: "We can be the creators of change"


August 12, 2022

"You and I can make a difference," Justin Bieber told his concert audience in Norway.
Justin Bieber took some time during his concert in Trondeheim, Norway on Sunday, August 7, to speak out against racism and discrimination and remind the purpose of his 2021 album 'Justice'.

"So when we created the 'Justice' album, we wanted to create an intentional moment," the pop star said after greeting the cheering crowd.

"A moment of unity, a moment of acceptance, a moment of inclusion. In this world, there's a lot of discord and what's fair is for us all to come together," Justin Bieber explained.

"We know racism is bad. It's wrong. But you and I, we can make a difference. We will be the ones to stand with our brothers and sisters and make the change," he continued.

"That's why I'm so grateful that each and every one of you is here tonight and a part of this message, this journey," he said.

This journey as part of Justin Bieber's 'Justice World Tour' has recently resumed, as the 28-year-old singer has been sidelined for the last time due to contracting Ramsay Hunt syndrome last June, a rare disease that has left him partially paralyzed his face.

Justin Bieber has been forced to postpone his scheduled concerts in the United States and stop performing until he recovers. The 'Justice World Tour' kicked off again with its European leg from Italy on July 31st.


One bright side of Justin Bieber's health issue is that he seems to have become closer than ever with his wife, Hailey Bieber.

“It really brought us together. That's what I'll keep from everything," the model said during an interview she gave in June on the TV show "Live With Kelly and Ryan."