Earlier this month, Justin Bieber tweeted a message telling his fans that he would be retiring from music. On December 28, the Toronto Sun reports he was just joking and will not be retiring from music.
According to the report, the management company for Bieber has responded to Bieber's retirement tweet with their own statement. Scott Manson of Scooter Braun Projects has said that Bieber is "100% not retiring" despite his December 25 tweet saying, "My beloved beliebers I'm officially retiring."
Upon reading that tweet, many Bieber fans panicked at the possible career end of their beloved singer. Others stated their relief at the end of a Bieber era. Unfortunately for them, Bieber will not be going away anytime soon.
Bieber's retirement tweet is not the first time he has talked about quitting music either. According to a Huffington Post report from earlier in December, Bieber announced his retirement in a radio interview. He told Los Angeles-based Power 106 host Big Boy that he was retiring then as well. During the radio interview Bieber is quoted as saying, ""New album ... uh ... I'm actually retiring, man. I'm retiring, yeah."
It is unclear why Justin Bieber keeps talking about retirement but multiple representatives of Scooter Braun Projects have made it clear that he is certainly not.