As the Biebs says: “Is it too late now to say sorry?” Organisers of Justin Bieber’s ‘Purpose World Tour’ have been forced to recall a series of t-shirts which sported a typo where ‘Purpose’ was mistakenly spelled as ‘Purose’.
The t-shirt, which retail for just under $50, say: “Many are the plans in a person’s heart, but it is God’s purose that prevails.”
— KING5Now (@KING5Now) March 11, 2016
A representative from Bieber’s camp told TMZ that the shirts have been recalled and fans who purchased the merchandise can exchange them free of charge.
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