Justin Bieber cancels remaining tour dates

Justin Bieber.   Kevin Winter  Getty Images

It was announced that the Biebs cancelled the remainder of his Purpose World Tour.

The cancellation comes a few days after the singer was banned from performing in China due to bad behaviour - but the Beijing state office did not specify what behaviour was offensive.

Countries like Singapore, Japan, Hong Kong, Phillipines, and Indonesia are among those affected. However, most are still clueless on what may have possibly sparked Bieber to make the unfortunate decision.

LOS ANGELES Pop singer Justin Bieber canceled the remainder of his "Purpose" world tour due to "unforeseen circumstances", his publicist said in a statement on Monday. "We still love you so so much", said another fan, Nadine, tweeting from Austria.

The tour is the Canadian-born singer's third world tour, and was staged to promote his fourth studio album goal.

The tour has been lucrative so far, earning about $200 million until April and nearly 40,000 tickets were sold per date. Tickets to the shows will be refunded at point of purchase.

"Justin Bieber is a gifted singer, but he is also a controversial young foreign singer", the bureau said in a statement shared online.

However, concerned Beliebers everywhere proved why they're the most loyal fandom around and have rushed to the 23-year-old's defence - pointing out that JB has already been touring for two years... TMZ got a statement from Bieber himself about the tour's cancellation.

This comes after Bieber was banned from playing in China due to his "series of misbehaviours while living overseas and during his performances", which the country's authorities feel have "caused public resentment". However, Bieber's camp claims that "unforeseen circumstances" called for the tour's end.

"I'm sorry for anyone who feels, like, disappointed or betrayed, it's not in my heart or anything and have a blessed day". We've lost so many great artists lately.

"The tour was just really long and he was exhausted". An inside source told a reporter that the reason "he came off the road is because he wants to reconnect with his faith, and he may be even planning to start his own church".

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