Avril Lavigne is a singer-songwriter and actress. She is known for her famous albums like Let Go, Head Above Water, All You Will Never Know, My World and many more.
The Canadian-French singer Avril recently tweeted about Justin Bieber's Lyme disease. She also talked about how her loved ones were affected by the same. Tell Me It's Over singer also mentioned that she wanted to spread awareness about the disease and support people who are suffering from it.
Moreover, the 35-year-old singer said that she had been quietly suffering from Lyme disease. During her previous tour, she explained that she started feeling weak and when she consulted the doctor about it they said that it was because of dehydration and exhaustion.
A week later, Avril Lavigne visited Lyme specialist who told her that she has been suffering from the disease. For the uninitiated, Lyme disease is a bacterial infection which spreads from a tick bite that causes symptoms ranging from moderate fatigue and muscle pain.
After Avril Lavigne's post on Justin Bieber, Hailey Bieber thanked Avril Lavigne on Twitter. Justin Bieber also talked about his disease in an interview. The singer said that it has been a rough couple of years but getting the right treatment will help him treat the disease that he will be back stronger.
Thank you @HaileyBieber for your kind words. So sorry to hear about @justinbieber having to go through this awful disease. The fact that it’s hard to diagnose and is so debilitating was something I suffered through also https://t.co/nbCRTFWv53— Avril Lavigne (@AvrilLavigne) January 9, 2020
and sending so much love to @AvrilLavigne thank you for all you do to educate people about Lyme. You’re amazing 💕— Hailey Bieber (@haileybieber) January 8, 2020
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