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Justin Bieber’s Emotional Struggles Surface with Coachella Performance and Candid Social Media Posts

On April 14, Justin Bieber lit up the floor of Coachella with his surprise performance alongside Tems. Fans were very excited to see Justin on stage after such a long time. However, online debates are suggesting that he might be spiraling again due to his past issues, as evidenced by his behavior on stage during the performance.

Justin Bieber Shares Snaps Of Him Crying

Now, several reasons are behind these speculations. There are allegations suggesting that Justin was sexually assaulted by Diddy when he was young and starting his career. Justin used drugs and alcohol during his darkest and lowest moments as well.

Recently, Justin shared a picture of himself crying on Instagram, accompanied by a couple of slides. People have concluded that it might be because of his relapse. Over the past few years, Justin was also diagnosed with quite a few serious diseases.

Performing at Coachella was a huge milestone for him, but people are still very concerned about his well-being. Justin Bieber was a mega pop star back then; he accumulated loads of fans through his mainstream hit pop songs.

However, things started getting worse when he was diagnosed with Lyme disease and Ramsay Hunt syndrome. Fans also started turning against him because of the online Selena vs. Hailey Bieber argument.

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“I feel for him. He is broke. He is crying out for help,” read one comment. Justin’s post has sent critical messages to his fans; people are wishing him well in the comments section and hoping for the best for him.”

Shreshtha Banerjee

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