Justin Bieber Is Battling Lyme DiseaseJanuary 8, 2020
Bieber’s bouts of depression stem from a startling diagnosis.
If you followed Justin Bieber’s roller coaster 2019, you’d know he was madly in love, yet… looked extremely disturbed.
According to a new report from TMZ, Bieber’s downward spiral wasn’t due to drugs like some suspected, rather he was dealing with symptoms from contracting Lyme disease.
Bieber opens up about it in his forthcoming documentary, Seasons, out January 27. Rashes, headaches, fever and fatigue are attributed to the disease, resulting in Bieber’s depression.
You may recall an array of paparazzi photos of Bieber crying in public. There were also shots of him with an IV in his arm.
There’s good news, though. Doctors finally figured things out and put Bieber on a treatment plan that’s reportedly working.
Bieber’s health scare was the main reason why his comeback was continually pushed back. His team wanted to make sure his health was a priority before throwing him into a grueling promo grind. Now that’s he on the mend… Bieber is gearing up for a new album and tour.
“While a lot of people kept saying justin Bieber looks like ****, on meth etc. they failed to realize I’ve been recently diagnosed with Lyme disease, not only that but had a serious case of chronic mono which affected my, skin, brain function, energy, and overall health,” Bieber wrote in a statement on Instagram.
“These things will be explained further in a docu series I’m putting on YouTube shortly.. you can learn all that I’ve been battling and OVERCOMING!! It’s been a rough couple years but getting the right treatment that will help treat this so far incurable disease and I will be back and better than ever NO CAP”
Fellow Canadians Avril Lavigne and Shania Twain also famously suffered from Lyme disease.
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hailey baldwin & justin bieber always crying together is goals af tbh pic.twitter.com/dZyM7arZDB— hilary 🍒 (@loracyralih) October 13, 2018