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Justin Bieber Collapses In London During Concert

March 7. 2013

Just hours after a dressing down from his record label Universal, proceeded by his vitriolic Twitter rant, commiserating his troubles as a pop star, singer Justin Bieber collapsed in London, England, after complaining of shortness of breath during a concert performance. Bieber was rushed to a local hospital. 

Justin Bieber

This marks the second time people in England have missed parts or all of Bieber's show. Days ago Bieber showed up 2 hours late for his performance, leading to disgruntled fans leaving before he hit the stage, to make national curfew in England. This latest incident regarding his collapse, saw his manager Scooter Braun inform the crowd the show is over early, as Bieber is not feeling well (though he was reportedly well before the show). 

Justin Bieber

The 19-year-old singer has been drinking and taking drugs (marijuana and sizzurp). This coupled with the pressure Bieber has been under lately, caused his collapse at the O2 arena in London. The Judiciary Report warned in a previous article, Justin Bieber Complains About Rumors But Isn't Being Specific Leading To More, that Bieber should not drink and take sizzurp, an illegal drug that is a mix of codeine, Sprite and other substances, as it will negatively impact the respiratory system and heart (see: shortness of breath, respiratory failure and or heart attack).  

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