South Africans are conflicted about Justin Bieber’s 2022 ’Justice World Tour’ after the Sorry hitmaker announced he would be performing in Israel after his South African leg of the tour.
On Monday fans were excited when they received the news that he would be expected to perform in DHL Stadium in Cape Town and on 1 October he will be performing at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg.
Hours later, it was also revealed that the pop star will grace Israel on October 13, 2022, in Tel Aviv’s Ganei Yehoshua, as part of his Justice World Tour
Hundreds of South Africans did take the news with joy as the relations between Israel and South Africa are not good.
To make matters worse, the announcement about Bieber’s show in Israe comes the week after the ongoing controversy about Miss South Africa, Lalela Mswane, choosing to partake in the Miss Universe pageant being hosted in Israel in December.
Various organisations, politicians and activists have called for Miss South Africa to boycott the pageant.
But Miss South Africa organisation has said that the pageant was not political.
Spokesperson for the Miss South Africa organisation, Janine Walker said the organisation is not making any more comments on this.