Several fans at the singer's Seattle tour stop paid $40 for a misspelled tour tee

By Andrea Park
Updated March 12, 2016 09:50 AM
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Justin Bieber fans at the Seattle kickoff of the singer’s Purpose world tour on Wednesday quickly discovered that a $40 T-shirt available for purchase at the concert contained an easy-to-miss typo.

“Many are the plans in a person’s heart, but it is God’s purose that prevails,” the back of the shirt reads – with “purpose,” the name of the tour and Bieber’s latest album, misspelled.

Additionally, Seattle’s KING 5 News noted that the quotation, a Bible verse, was also missing a source: Proverbs 19:21.

Reps for the “Sorry” singer told TMZ that they had recalled all the misprinted T-shirts and those who had already purchased a “purose” tee could exchange it for a different shirt.