Justin Bieber in Hiding Lately Due to Alleged Case of Pink Eye
There are some times when a celebrity likes to bare it all to the adoring crowd of fans and paparazzi, but like every person, they’d also like a bit of privacy. And according to a recent report, it seems Justin Bieber really needs it right now.
On Thursday, March 26, Justin Bieber was spotted coming out of a doctor’s office located close to his home in Beverly Hills. Photographers then tried to take photos of him, but it seems Bieber came quite well-prepared from an onslaught, as he was hiding his face. Speculations of the probable cause of his ailment began doing the rounds. But before people start spreading around if Bieber has some dreadful illness, a previous encounter with his bodyguard revealed that it’s not exactly that alarming enough of a disease to worry about.
Bieber was actually seen earlier this week coming out of the same doctor’s office on Monday, March 23. But as photographers approached, they were disappointed to see Bieber covering up his face. When his bodyguard closed in in a little bit, he told the group of photographers that Bieber won’t be posing for photos for today. And according to the New York Daily News, as cited by philly.com, the bodyguard then allegedly added, “He’s not giving out pictures because he thinks he has pink eye.”
Conjunctivitis, which is also known as pink eye due to its color effect on the eyes of an infected person, is a highly contagious disease which fortunately goes away after a week or so even without medical treatment.
If Bieber really does have pink eye right now, then his checking it up with his doctor regularly would definitely speed up its healing process. At this rate, maybe we’ll all get to see him again in public, just in time for the premiere of ‘The Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber’ next Monday, March 30.
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