Shawn Mendes frightenedly blocked his journey for 3 months to focus on mental health


Shawn Mendes has delayed his upcoming interview “Wonder” World tour for 3 months to focus on his mental health, The song was recorded on Friday. “It breaks my heart to have to say This, but unfortunately, I’m going to have to postpone the next three weeks of shows in Uncasville, CT. Unless further notice” Mendes wrote in an Instagram thread. “I’ve been travelling since I was 15, but to be frank it’s been very hard to be on the street away from family and friends. After a few years on the street, I felt like I was ready to dive home, and that choice seemed to be early and sadly the fare of the street and the tension has entangled and I’ve struck a breaking point.” Mendes continued, “After talking with my groups, and health professionals, I really have to take some time to repair and maintain myself and my mental health, at the beginning of this week. As soon As there are any extra upgrades I pledge I will let you know.” View this post on Instagram. A post shared by Shawn Mendes (@ shawnmendes) Mendes “Wonders” The world tour began on 27 June in Portland, Ore. And is set to run through October in the U. S. S. Before picking up again in May 2023 in the U. S. K. And Europe. The postponed shows include “Standards and Ties”. Paul, Minn.; Omaha, Neb.; Milwaukee, Wis.; Chicago, Ill.; St. Louise, Mo.; Cleveland, Ohio; Pittsburgh, Penn.; Charlotte, N. C.; Raleigh, N. C.; Philadelphia, Penn. And Washington, D. C. The shows have not yet been rescheduled. Mendes released his fourth studio album, “Wonder” in December 2020. His most recent single, “It’ll Be Okay” December 20,2021. He is the actor of the forthcoming cartoonish melodic movie “Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile” It’s scheduled for release in October. 7.