Justin Beiber’s Purpose World Tour may be over but the chatter, reactions and apologies continue as the internet and fans react to cancellation of the remaining dates of the concert tour.

For the next three months, Beiber is supposed to do 14 more shows in North America (Dallas, New York, Minneapolis, Los Angeles, Boston, Toronto) and then Asia (Japan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, the Philippines and Singapore). But all of those shows were cancelled because of “unforeseen circumstances” and people who have already purchased tickets for the Purpose World Tour will be refunded.

The cancellation of the tour came after another explosive news broke out that Beiber will no longer be allowed to perform in mainland China because of his “bad behavior” both on and off stage.

Justin says sorry

In a news article and video posted by TMZ.com, Justin Beiber was asked on camera about the Purpose World Tour cancellation and his message to his fans.

Beiber responded by saying that he is OK and looking forward to getting some relaxation and riding some bikes.

As to his fans, Beiber said, “I love you guys. I think you guys are awesome.” The (too late now to say) Sorry singer then offered an apology to “…anybody who feels disappointed and betrayed.”

Scooter Braun is sorry too

Meanwhile on the Instagram universe, Justin Beiber’s music manager, Scooter Braun, posted a congratulatory message to the singer for "on an incredible tour” . He also thanked the cast and crew for their unending support of the Purpose World Tour.

In the same Instagram post, Braun took the responsibility of expressing apologies on behalf of himself, Beiber and the team for the cancellation. He said that it was never their intention however Justin's soul and well being must come first.

Twitter reacts

The Twitterverse predicatively reacted as it does when these sort of news broke out and as expected, the responses were mixtures of anger, disappoint, mockery, and understanding from the true and loyal “Beliebers”.

John Mayer expressed his twitted support for Beiber saying “When someone pulls remaining dates of a tour, it means they would have done real damage to themselves if they kept going. He went on to give Justin two thumbs up.

Purpose Tour figures

According to an news article by the BBC, Justin Beiber has performed more than 150 shows since March of 2016, promoting his 2015 album Purpose.

In the first half of 2017, the Purpose World tour grossed $93.2m averaging almost 40,000 ticket sales per date.

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