Justin Bieber is very #sorry he can't tour in Argentina because of legal issues


It’s too late to say sorry now, but Justin Bieber is saying it anyway. 

The Purpose singer is on a Twitter spree, apologizing to fans in Argentina because he’s not allowed to tour in the country due to legal incidents from 2013. 

“Argentinian beliebers I would like nothing more than to bring the there but until the legal conditions change there I can’t,” he writes.

He continued tweeting, adding that his “lawyers say it is what it is.”

His apparent ban stems from an incident in 2013, when he was accused of making his bodyguards attack a photographer outside a Buenos Aires nightclub. He was also accused of disrespecting the Argentine flag. 

A judge issued an arrest warrant for Bieber and his bodyguards after the alleged photographer attack, but later revoked it. However, the charges have not been dropped. 

For now, that means no #purposetour for the Argentine Beliebers. 

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