Justin Bieber is no stranger to controversy, and his current move further exemplifies his unpredictability. The “Sorry” singer has reportedly canceled 14 remaining concert dates, the tour of which was originally set to end on Oct. 7.

Bieber fans from Japan, Singapore, and the Philippines are likely to be disappointed and miffed at the development. The same goes for other regions included in the schedule like Texas, Colorado, New Jersey and California.

What ticked Bieber off?

There was no clear explanation on why the Grammy winner decided to shun the remaining concert dates.

The statement released by his camp was quite broad though it could have something to do with the recent row he had over in china.

Bieber was banned from performing in Beijing, reportedly due to bad behavior. For those who have closely monitored the 23-year-old’s life both in Hollywood and outside. He has had several run-ins with the law which include reckless driving and vandalism. Other bad behaviors he has been involved in included DUI and assault charges, not to mention making jokes against black people.

With the long list of mischief, it seems China was not ready to handle a celebrity to the dismay of local fans.

"His series of misbehaviors while living abroad and during his performances in China has caused public resentment," the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Culture said in a statement.

"To regulate the domestic entertainment market and purify its environment, we find it inappropriate to bring in performers with bad behaviors."

Bieber burned out?

In what could be a plausible reason outside the China performance issue, Bieber mentioned via TMZ that he was sorry for anybody who may feel betrayed or disappointed at the development.

He also adds that he has been on tour for two years and looking to get some relaxation like going on bike rides.

Apparently, that could stick since he was spotted over the weekend with model Audreyana Michelle in Los Angeles going on a hike. However, most are still clueless on what may have possibly sparked Bieber to make the unfortunate decision.

Refunds will be made to affected regions who paid the Canadian though this may not be good for his credibility. Controversial as he may have been the recent years, there is no question that he has droves of following eager to see him perform.

The time off could be an opportunity for the pop singer to recharge and take a load off. He is likely to get up and resume his concert tours, hopefully appeasing his plentiful fans who are now sulking and pretty much disappointed at the concert tour cancellation.