Justin Bieber is taking some time off from his non-stop schedule. On Monday, the pop singer announced the cancellation of his "Purpose" world tour after over a year of performing for his international fans. In a Facebook, Bieber's company confirmed that the singer will no longer push through with his shows in several cities "due to unforeseen circumstances" and guaranteed to refund the tickets.

Bieber cancels world concert tour

The singer and his team, however, refused to provide further details on the cancellation but assured that Bieber never meant to disappoint his fans over his decision.

"He is grateful and honored to have shared that experience with his cast and crew for over 150 successful shows across 6 continents during this run," the statement read.

The 23-year-old singer is supposed to hold seven shows in the United States, a couple of shows in Canada and Japan, Hong Kong, Philippines, and will conclude his "Purpose" world tour in Singapore on October 7. Bieber has drawn over two million fans since the concert series kicked off in March 2016.

His sudden cancellation of his world tour has raised the curiosity of fans who are wondering if everything is fine with the artist. The "Love Yourself" singer may have heard his supporters and assured them that he only wants a breather from his hectic schedule.

Bieber told TMZ that he is "just resting, getting some relaxation" and that "[they're] gonna ride some bikes." He also expressed his love to his fans and apologized for the short notice. "I'm sorry for anyone who feels, like, disappointed or betrayed, it's not in my heart or anything and has a blessed day," he said as cited by Billboard.

The Internet reacts to 'Purpose' tour cancellation

His decision received mixed response from Beliebers who were supposed to watch his "Purpose" concert in their respective places. Some of them were disappointed and sad, while others said they felt betrayed by their idol.

While it may seem too late to say sorry to some Beliebers, others were rather understanding of the "Cold Water" singer for his decision to take some time off for himself.

Most of them thought the pop singer deserved to rest after going from places to places to perform for his international fans.

John Mayer also defended Bieber over his announcement to take a rest from his "Purpose" concert tour.

In a series of tweets, the "Half Of My Heart" singer commended the Canadian pop singer and asked the fans to understand his decision to make time for himself.