Justin Bieber and the emotional message that has made you cry all on Instagram

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Justin Bieber has shared in your account Instagram an emotional message that has made cry to all his fans, in which he talked about the importance of maintaining the spirit before the unfortunate situation that exists today in day around the world because of the coronavirus.

The canadian singer also spoke about those people who can’t abide by the order of stay at home because they have to go to work, as they are the only support of his family and added that he is looking for the way how to be able to help you in this financial crisis that is approaching.

  • “As we all know, things in this time are definitely uncertain. Our routines, structure, and plans are altered due to a horrible virus that is sweeping our nation. There are people who have lost loved ones, and also people who are fighting for their lives,” mentioned Justin Bieber on Instagram.

Justin Bieber and the emotional message that has made you cry all on Instagram.

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Equally mentioned that this grateful for the fact of waking up healthy, for it is aware that there are many people who did not do so and the talk about it in this message serve to prove to their fans that the coronavirus has not been an easy topic for everyone.

  • “I understand that there are many people who can’t afford the luxury of staying at home this time, people who do not know how they are going to pay the bills. There are people who face anxiety and worry extreme. We are currently working on ways of helping people… we love You and we’re in this together,” added the singer.

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Justin Bieber and the emotional message that has made you cry all on Instagram.

To finish, Justin Bieber and his wife Hailey Baldwin thanked the medical staff from all over the world for her tireless work for trying to beat the coronavirus, a disease that until now registered more than 1.4 million confirmed cases and caused the death of 81,200 people.

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