Justin Bieber is a global artist that has been in the entertainment industry for more than 13 years now and he is known internationally.
Justin Bieber released his new album that is titled Justice this year and is planning to make a world tour for his album.
Many countries are super excited for this tour, South Africa included. SA was more excited when they heard that the show was going to be on two of South Africa's largest cities, Johannesburg and Cape Town.
The tour will reach South African in Late September and early October. Many Africans are looking forward to it but DJ Shimza revealed a point that I think South Africans forgot. DJ Shimza revealed that no vaccine means you won't enter on the show.
This is triggering as many South Africans have not vaccinated yet. The percentages of those who vaxxed are less than those who haven't vaccinated yet. T
There is still a pandemic and Shimza just reminded of that. We hope many South Africans vaccinate, to stay on the best and healthier side so they can see Justin Beiber.
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