Bad news for all the Beliebers out there as Canadian singer Justin Bieber has called off the remaining shows of his "Purpose" World tour. A statement was published on the singer's official Facebook page which says that the tour was cancelled "due to unforeseen circumstances,":

Details regarding the remaining 'Purpose' world tour shows

In the published statement, the 23-year-old singer thanked his fans and wrote that he hates to let them down. It was also clarified that all tickets would be refunded. A total of 14 shows remain, and Justin Bieber was due to perform in Texas this weekend.

The "Purpose" world tour was set to end on October 10th in Indonesia, and before his final performance, the singer was also due to perform in Singapore on October 7th. According to Billboard, over 2.2 million tickets were purchased for the entire world tour.

The 'Purpose' world tour started on March 9, 2016

In the last 18 months, Justin Bieber has played 150 shows around the globe. The singer kicked off the "Purpose" world tour on March 9th, 2016 in Seattle, Washington, singing hits like "Sorry" and "What Do You Mean?". According to Pollstar, Bieber's concerts from last year reportedly made around $163.3 million. In December 2016, the popular singer surprised his fans with the announcement that he would have additional shows in North America throughout the summer.

However, those additional shows -- as well as a few shows in Asia -- are the ones that have been cancelled

Justin Bieber banned in China

The 23-year-old singer has been going through some rough time recently as just last week, he was banned from performing in China because of his "bad behavior". The ban was imposed by Beijing Municipal Bureau of Culture and according to their statement, Bieber's misconduct in China and abroad has led to public resentment.

They further said that they are imposing this ban "to regulate the domestic entertainment market and purify its environment." According to the statement published on their website, Justin Bieber is a "controversial young foreign idol."

Beliebers were also disappointed last year in March, when Justin announced via his Instagram account that he will be cancelling all meet and greets under the "Purpose" tour. Earlier this year, while Bieber was in Australia for his concerts, the singer expressed his displeasure with certain aspects of tour life asking fans to "stop acting like animals."