In the midst of promoting brand new album Purpose, Justin Bieber has posted a heartfelt tribute to a friend and colleague he lost during the attacks on Paris.
Although he may be celebrating the success of the album and the exciting things ahead, the devastation has left a hole in his team.
Universal Music Group executive Thomas Ayad was one of the 89 people killed on Friday (November 13) in the attack on the Bataclan Theatre during an Eagles of Death Metal concert.
UMG confirmed this news over the weekend with Justin paying an emotional tribute to his fallen team member on Twitter.
— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) November 17, 2015
Bieber has previously paid tribute to those that have lost their lives in the Paris attacks.
During his Halo Hall Of Fame concert he invited everyone to join him in a moment of silence.
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