Justin Bieber fans are urging the singer’s manager to scrap his upcoming British tour dates out of fear of being targeted in another terrorist attack, similar to the one at the Ariana Grande concert on Monday night.
“For security reasons, cancel Justin’s show in the UK, I beg you, with all my heart, please,” tweeted one worried Belieber.
“We know Justin wants to give his best to fans, but now the best is he stay safe,” another said.
Bieber, 23, is scheduled to play an open air concert at London’s Hyde Park on July 2 and at Principality Stadium in Cardiff on June 30. He’s also supposed to perform in Dublin, Ireland, next month.
His manager, Scooter Braun, posted a statement on Twitter Monday night, expressing his condolences and asking the public for prayers in response to the deadly suicide bombing at Manchester Arena, which left 22 people dead and 59 wounded.
But instead of sharing their support, most users have been begging him to ax the remaining shows in the UK.
“Cancel Justin’s concert in the UK, please! We want him to be safe, please,” wrote one fan on Braun’s Instagram page.
The manager of the 23-year-old pop star, who also manages Grande, has not said whether he will scrap Bieber’s shows, or the remaining stops on her world tour in London and Europe.
He’s not only been getting bombarded with messages from people in England, but Ireland, as well.
“Please cancel the Justin Bieber show in Dublin,” tweeted one person. “We are all scared.”
Leanne Murray, 20, told Reuters she bought a pair of $200 tickets to see the pop star play in Ireland next month — but she’s now thinking about selling them.
“I just don’t want what I would hope to be a great night to end in something like last night,” she said. “It’s frightening to think that it could have been any of us and it really shows that you never know what’s around the corner.”