Shawn Mendes: After canceling your tour, I'll go to therapy and see friends

Shawn Mendes: After canceling your tour, I'll go to therapy and see friends ...

There is nothing that prevents him from having a backup.

After canceling his world tour, Shawn Mendes is attempting to live a normal life.

Im taking a lot of time focusing on therapy rather than just making it easy, according to TMZ Tuesday.

Mendes said he had been hanging out with his friends and doing things he had not been able to do while working.

I think it's just about spending time doing things I haven't done before in the past few years, so having dinner with friends and stuff, according to a professor.

The Treat You Better crooner said that he believes that fans who spent money on hotels to see him perform his now-canceled concerts will be entitled to compensation.

They may figure it out. I mean, everything is kind of professional, he said.

Mendes announced in late July that he would continue on his Wonder tour to focus on himself.

Because of the epidemic, I started this tour eager to return to playing live, but the reality is that I was no longer prepared for this difficult time after this time, according to a social media post.

The Grammy nominee told fans that he will resume the tour when he is ready, and that he will continue recording music until he heals so that he may return.

I promise I will be back as soon as I have recovered the necessary time, according to the narrator. I am heartbroken to thank you all for your help and support on this journey.

Mendes was seen enjoying a beach day in Miami with friends this weekend. He was also seen blowing off steam by partying it up with The Weeknd at club LIV.

Mendes is apparently still single following his departure from Camila Cabello, his girlfriend of about three years, in November 2021. He said earlier this year that he hates being alone while discussing his mental health problems.

Cabello, 25, has worked on his way back to Austin Kevitch, the CEO of Lox Club.

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