Canadian pop star Justin Bieber has confirmed that he will still take his world tour to Japan, despite reports claiming otherwise. Earlier this week, it was alleged that members of Biebers touring crew were refusing to go to the country, amid health concerns about Japans recent nuclear disaster However, TMZ cites a source close to Bieber who confirmed that he will still complete the Japanese leg of his tour, with the singer himself also announcing the news. 5 shows left of this leg of the My World tour Manila, Hong Kong, Taipei, Osaka and Tokyo Bieber tweeted this weekend. Like I said... we are going to Japan It was confirmed that charges of reckless endangerment had been dropped against Biebers manager Scott Braun, stemming from an incident in 2009 in which a female fan was injured during a scheduled public appearance. Justin Bieber will play two dates in Japan on May 17 and 19. DS