New York: Pop sensation Justin Bieber has decided to go ahead with his Japan tour despite his crew refusing to travel because of radiation fears.
Bieber, 17, might have to scale his act down, and his crew has been urging him to cancel his May 17 performance in Osaka and his Tokyo concert two days later, the New York Post reported.
But, according to TMZ.com, Bieber`s manager Scooter Braun has told the reluctant crew to, "Man the f--k up and do the right thing by these kids", during a recent staff meeting.
Braun continued by saying Bieber would not disappoint his Japanese `Beliebers`.
Though the teenage heartthrob has not publicly addressed the concert cancellation rumours, he tweeted earlier this week that he’s "not gonna waste the opportunity".