Israel-Haters Threaten an Ailing Justin Bieber If He Doesn’t Cancel Israel Trip
File this under Further Proof the Israel-Haters Are Among the Shittiest People on the Planet:
Pro-Palestine activists in South Africa are threatening to disrupt international superstar Justin Bieber’s scheduled “Justice World Tour” concerts in Cape Town and Joburg – if the “Sorry” hitmaker does not cancel his upcoming Israel trip.
The 28-year-old Canadian pop star recently revealed that he had been diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt syndrome, a rare neurological disorder which has caused him to have partial facial paralysis.
This week, the “Peaches” singer cancelled his planned performances in New York, but there was no update on the international tours, including the October 13 performance in Tel Aviv’s Ganei Yehoshua in Israel. The youthful artist has previously performed in Israel twice.
However, #Africa4Palestine activists in South Africa have drawn a line in the sand, threatening to cause mayhem if the musical icon makes it to Israel.
“Africa4Palestine youth activists have purchased a large number of tickets and promised to disrupt his upcoming “Justice World Tour” concerts taking place in Cape Town on 28 September 2022 at the DHL Stadium and in Johannesburg on 1 October 2022 at the FNB Stadium,” said #Africa4Palestine spokesperson Tisetso Magama.
“Bieber is being called on by #Africa4Palestine, Palestinian civil society, as well as progressive Jewish Israelis to respect the boycott of apartheid Israel and cancel his 13 October 2022 concert in Tel Aviv.”
The pro-Palestine group said it has also written to Bieber, expressing their “concerns”.
Magama said Bieber would face “serious backlash” if he did not cancel the tour of Israel.
“We call on Justin to do the right thing and cancel his performance in Israel or face a serious backlash because South Africans and many across the world will not accept a “Justice” tour which includes Apartheid Israel,” said Magama.
Justin might currently have Hunt syndrome, but these haters have a permanent syndrome that rhymes with this.
Hat tip: Michal