After Justin Bieber passed out during his recent performance at the London O2 arena, it's understandable that his many fans would be worried about his health. After the scare, his manager Scooter Braun has provided multiple updates on the singer via tweet messages.
According to a March 7 report from Heat World, Bieber apparently suffered from lightness of breath which caused him to collapse during the performance. His manager Scooter Braun went on stage to deliver details including the fact that medical professionals checking out Bieber wanted him to stop the performance. Bieber did not because he felt the fans deserved the full performance.
Just three hours ago on Thursday March 7 Braun tweeted his praise for Bieber, saying:
"tough kid. proud night. once again he always finishes the show. full out. true pro. now get better and rest up! strange night but proud nt"
Moments later he added, "tough as nails" to his Twitter feed, most likely referencing his resilient young star.
A YouTube video gives some more insight into what happened on stage with manager Scooter Braun informing fans. Braun is seen and heard as he went out to talk about what was going on with Bieber. He even told fans that a doctor said Bieber should stop the show, but the young singer wanted to finish things. JB was able to get oxygen treatment backstage and then return to the stage to finish out his show, like a trooper. Later, after the show he was taken to the hospital.
Bieber's latest hit on the charts is "Beauty and the Beat" which features hip hop star Nicki Minaj. Reportedly, Bieber was performing that particular song when he had to go backstage for the health scare incident.