Justin Bieber has certainly flown a long way to get away from his troubles this week, arriving in South Africa for the next leg of his 'Believe' tour.
The 'Beauty and a Beat' singer jetted into Johannesburg on Wednesday after performing a series of shows in Dubai, and has finally made his way to Cape Town where he will play the Cape Town Stadium this evening.
Justin Bieber, seen here in Madrid, has arrived in Cape Town on his 'Believe' tour (WENN)
Sharing updates of their arrival, Justin's manager Scooter Braun sent a series of updates on Twitter, writing: “landed in JOBERG and heading to CapeTown! S AFRICA STADIUM tonight! #BELIEVEtour - exciting stuff!”
“Bieber Fever is a very real thing in Capetown S Africa right now! This place is going crazy!” Scooter added. Although he did admit that the long haul flight has taken its toll on their entourage: “Slightly exhausted. #travel.”
Justin will perform in Cape Town tonight and will hit the stage at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg on May 12.
The 19-year-old's tour appears to be finally going relatively smoothly in comparison with his personal life, with reports that the singer may be heading to court over to face battery charges after allegedly assaulting a neighbour in March.
A complaint was made against him to police and according to TMZ after examining the case, the LA County District Attorney has recommended the case be brought before a judge. Law enforcement sources have reportedly claimed the Sheriff is urging prosecutors to slam the star with a battery charge following the reported outburst though will reportedly not be seeking jail time.
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