Justin Bieber's team have been forced to recall the star's merchandise promoting his 'Purpose' tour thanks to an unfortunate spelling error.
The singer's people have issued a recall order for a series of t-shirts which sported a typo where 'Purpose' was mistakenly spelled as 'Purose'.
Observant fans noticed the oversight over the weekend. The blunder meant the text on the shirts read: “Many are the plans in a person's heart, but it is God's purose [sic] that prevails.”
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Fans who bought the said t-shirts, which were on sale at Seattle's KeyArena have since been told they can swap them for a correctly-spelled garment.
Bieber was appointed as the brand ambassador for Calvin Klein last spring in a move the brand's marketing chief Melisa Goldie said was the "hardest choice" she's ever faced.