Justin Bieber’s ‘Purpose World Tour’ Merch Has An Unfortunate Typo

Christina Lee | March 12, 2016 10:34 am
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Justin Bieber needs to speak with whomever designed his latest merch. Some fans who attended his Purpose World Tour‘s first stop in Seattle noticed a typo on one of his t-shirts.

“Many are the plans in a person’s heart, but it is God’s purose [sic] that prevails,” the shirt says. Not only does it quote Proverbs 19:21 without attribution, but of all things, it misspells “purpose” — the title of Justin’s new album, and right above the words “PURPOSE TOUR” in Pentagram typeface.

At least one fan noticed the spelling mistake — see the tweet below. Plus, if Justin’s official website is any indication, this t-shirt likely costs somewhere between $25 to $40.

[via King 5 News]

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