There has been a lot of rumors going on involving the titular pop star, Justin Bieber. This happened when he suddenly canceled all the remaining dates of his acclaimed Purpose World Tour. This obviously brought massive shockwaves to the entire music community.

According to TMZ, Justin Bieber has denied the rumors about him quitting music. Well, this is a relief, considering he is among the top artists of today. Here is everything about it in a nutshell.

Singer will continue making music

When the publication broke out the news about Bieber canceling his Purpose World Tour, many were quick to ask if the Canadian pop star wanted to quit singing.

He, later on, revealed that he was simply “burned out” and that he wanted to take a long break. After all, his tour was on the run for around 18 months already. Apparently, many did not believe his reasoning. In fact, it only gave birth to speculations involving his faith.

In another report from TMZ, Justin Bieber decided to cancel the aforementioned tour to rededicate his life to “Christ.” It is worth noting that he has been vocal about his faith and his relationship with a Hillsong Church pastor named Carl Lentz. The two have been seeing each other for quite some time now and it could be that Lentz influenced Bieber’s decision. A source close to the publication said that Bieber was indeed advised about doing things for his faith, but Lentz never mentioned about canceling the tour.

Bieber denies the rumor

Fortunately, Justin Bieber assured the fans that he is going to continue making music. His love for the art is still intact and that it should only be a matter of time before he comes back writing new tunes. In fact, Daily Mail reports that the singer has been in and out of the studio possibly writing new stuff.

Bieber’s partners in writing and producing (i.e. Skrillex, John Shahidi and Poo Bear) are all in favor of his break. They believe that the young pop star deserves it, though never said a word about his faith and/or religion.

In related news, China just banned Justin Bieber from performing in the country. This was after the Culture Bureau declared him persona non grata for “bad behaviors.” The government department, however, did not elaborate what these behaviors are.

Some believe that among these is Bieber’s stunt in the Great Wall of China where he posed for a picture while his bodyguards lifted him like an emperor. Interestingly, just a few days after the declaration, Bieber decided to cancel his world tour.