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Justin Bieber Cancelled Oman 'Believe' Tour Date After Being Slammed For 'Provocative' Shows

18 April 2013
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Justin Bieber has reportedly been forced to pull out of a concert in Arab state Oman because the pop star has been deemed to be “too sexy” by Islamic leaders.

The 'Beauty and a Beat' singer scrapped the show in Oman earlier this week and announced a second date in Dubai last week without the promoters giving any reasons for the cancellation.


Justin Bieber Cancelled Oman 'Believe' Tour Date After Being Slammed For 'Provocative' Shows
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Justin Bieber Cancelled Oman 'Believe' Tour Date After Being Slammed For 'Provocative' Shows

Justin Bieber perform to a sell-out crowd at the Geledrome in Arnhem, Netherlands (WENN.com)

Now it is being reported that Muslim leaders feared for the “moral health” of women in Oman after his show has been criticised for being too provocative and has surrounded by too much controversy.

A source told the Daily Star: “Many people here were horrified by what they had heard about Bieber. People did not want him coming to Oman.”

Islamic radio station, Hi FM which sponsors the venue has reportedly received bomb threats by an anti-Bieber campaign group.

The source added: “He was called a reprobrate and words were used like debauchery and Haraam which in Islam means a sinful act that displeases God.

“In Islamic countries you can't run around with your shirt off. Bieber's management didn't scrap the concert, the promoters did, even though they had ploughed nearly £1million into it.”

Following the cancelled show in Oman, Justin added an extra date in Dubai.

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