After doing 150 successful shows across six continents, Justin Bieber has decided to cancel the remaining half of his “Purpose” world tour. The news surfaced after a source confirmed TMZ’s earlier story that Justin was “just over it”.

This decision has left Belibers in Japan, Hong Kong, Philippines, Singapore and U.S heartbroken as they wouldn’t be able to hear the singing sensation perform live. However, there have been no official comments by Bieber himself on his social media platforms or by any of his reps.

What led him to cancel the tour?

The “Sorry” hit-maker has been on tour for a little over 2 years and has called off 14 dates of his “Purpose” world tour due to unforeseen reasons.

The tour grossed about $ 93.2 million in the first half of 2017 and would have continued to do so, if it wasn’t for the unfortunate decision. The official Twitter handle of Purpose World Tour recently tweeted, that they hope the fans can respect and appreciate Justin’s decision as he is exhausted from all the travelling and performing

The singer’s decision comes close on the heels of Adele pulling out of the penultimate shows of her tour. This concert was to take place at Wembley Arena, where 100000 fans were expected to catch her in action. Adele made the call citing medical reasons as she was advised by doctors to rest her vocal chords, which were damaged.

Justin could potentially be penalised for canceling the concert dates in US as they are not insured for the same, unless a medical condition results in the withdrawal of the performance.

The only other way he could have pulled out was if an unforeseen situation prevented him from keeping up his end of the bargain.

What Justin’s rep had to say

Bieber’s rep issued this statement, post his decision of calling off the world tour which noted the singer decided to cancel the remainder of the Purpose World Tour because of certain unforeseen circumstances.

He apologized for disappointing his fans and wanted them to know that he adores them. He showed his gratitude towards the fans as they made this tour such a huge success. He also thanked his crew for standing beside him during 150 shows across six continents. The tickets can be refunded at the point of purchase. The fans have been largely disappointed, as they have been waiting for more than a year to watch him perform, especially after the release of his hit single “Despacito” along with Louis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee. The song has stood at No.1 on Billboards Hot 100 for weeks now.