Justin Bieber Medical Scare: Passed Out During Concert, Rushed to Hospital
Justin Bieber‘s hectic week just got worse. E! News is reporting the 19-year-old singer collapsed back stage during a concert in London, but after receiving oxygen, finished out the show and was then rushed to the hospital. A rep for JB told E!, “He got oxygen from emergency personnel. He insisted on finishing the show. He is on the way to the hospital right now.”
Apparently, as Justin was performing, he told the crowd he wasn’t feeling so well and then proceeded to go backstage to get checked out. A doctor recommended that he stop the show, but Bieber insisted he finish out the set. While Justin was being treated back stage, his manager Scooter Braun came out to inform fans that Justin had been feeling “very low of breath.” Watch Scooter inform fans below.
According to TMZ’s sources, “He’s still there receiving treatment” and “he’s in good spirits and feels OK … but doctors want to evaluate him to make sure he’s out of the woods.” Also, Justin Instagrammed a pic, saying, “Gettin better listening to Janice Joplin,” and also tweeted, “getting better. thanks for everyone pulling me thru tonight. best fans in the world. figuring out what happened. thanks for the love.”
This has not been Justin’s best week, as he’s gone through a series of mishaps since his birthday on March 1. The first of which involved his “worst birthday,” after paparazzi were being rough with his fans outside a night club. Then, he began one of his concerts late, which led to a number of disappointed fans.
Justin aired his frustration out on Twitter with a long rant about rumors. An excerpt reads, ““rumors rumors and more rumors. nothing more nothing less. might talk about them 1 day. rt now im just gonna be positive. cant bring me down. im focused on the good things in life. im blessed and not forgetting it. im giving back every day for it. cant phase me.” (Read the whole thing here).
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