Scary! We found out how much Justin Bieber won for Rock in Rio

Pull up a stool and sit down to read this news without missing out! Since Justin Bieber’s performance at Rock in Rio, two weeks ago, the LeoDias column hasn’t calmed down until it finds out exactly how many singers pocketed to land in Brazil and sing 23 songs on the Cidade do Rock stage. In that case, okay! After days of verification, the exact information about the amount transferred to the Canadian artist’s bank account has arrived, and it’s enough to scare anyone.

Justin Bieber received 5 million dollars, equivalent to more than R$ 26 million reais for participating in the festival. The 28-year-old singer was Palco Mundo’s last attraction on Sunday (4/9) and also one of the most awaited attractions. Shirtless, he combines power, talent, and subtle vocals in an engaging, but not surprising, performance.

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Bieber arrived in Brazil a few hours before his performance, landing at Rodrigo de Freitas, in Rio de Janeiro’s South Zone, accompanied of course by his wife, Hailey Bieber. The historic moment even marked his last appearance before the cancellation of the Justice World Tour, an exclusive information from the LeoDias column that stopped the entertainment world and made national and international headlines.

Two days after the presentation, Bieber confirmed the bitter information conveyed in this room. “After leaving the stage [do Rock in Rio], fatigue overtook me and I realized that I needed to prioritize my health now. So I’m taking a break from touring for now.”

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