Justin Bieber Tour Shirts Recalled Over THIS Major TYPO

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Justin Bieber, who is currently on a world tour, has been forced to recall a ton of merchandise produced to promote his Purpose album over a major typo.

Fans who paid $45 for a chance to don the Baby singer’s t-shirts first noticed the embarrassing misspelling, this is after thousands were produced and sold at tour venues.

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A rather embarrassing spelling mistake on each and every one of them! The t-shirts printed these words: “Many are the plans in a person’s heart, but it is God’s purose that prevails.” Did you catch it? Purose. Yeah, massive OOPS, since that’s the name of Justin’s album and tour. h/t hellogiggles

Justin Bieber Tour Shirts Recalled Over Major TYPO

The company who produced the shirts acknowledged their costly typo, and have offered to replace the garments for anyone who bought them in exchange for the corrected version.

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