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April 4, 2016 9:44 AM

Justin Bieber drags his ‘Sorry’ self to Kansas City

Justin Bieber, coming to Sprint Center Wednesday, has been busy making himself over into an adult

His new world tour, ‘Purpose,’ continues his apology to fans for his well-documented bad behavior

But to Beliebers — and they’re still a loyal army — love means never having to say you’re sorry

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