Justin Bieber isn't quitting music for his faith - report
Justin Bieber is still very passionate about his music and won't let religion interfere with his career.
Justin Bieber fully intends to return to the studio and touring again, it has been reported.
Earlier this month (Jul17), the What Do You Mean? singer cancelled the final leg of his tour and apologised to his fans after it was confirmed he wouldn't be playing shows scheduled to take place in North America, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore and the Philippines.
According to editors at TMZ, Justin is still very passionate about music and will be returning to the studio and touring after he has taken a much-needed break.
The 23-year-old singer has reportedly confirmed to close friends to reassure them his love of music is fully intact, and any recent talk of him rededicating "his life to Christ" is a separate part of his life and will not interfere with his music career.
Sources close to the Sorry singer have told friends he is fully intending to head back to the studio to work on new music and the star is adamant he will tour again, but he just needs time.
In a recent concert, he had declared on stage his passion for religion: "God is good in the midst of the darkness,
"God is good in the midst of the evil. God is in the midst, no matter what is happening in the world, God is in the midst and he loves you and he is here for you."
Although Justin might be taking a backseat, for now, his music is still causing waves. On Friday (28Jul17), the Canadian singer made chart history when his collaboration with Luis Fonsi featuring Daddy Yankee, Despacito, returned to the number one slot on the U.K. singles chart. It has now become the longest-running foreign language number one in UK chart history.
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