Justin Bieber accidentally struck a paparazzo who was waiting for him outside the Saban Theater on Wednesday. In a video footage captured by TMZ, the Canadian singer was seen behind the wheel of his pickup truck when he hit a photographer who was trying to get a photo of him. The "Love Yourself" artist quickly jumped out of his car and checked the condition of the paparazzi.

Bieber runs over photographer after church event

Despite being surrounded by a throng of paparazzi, the pop singer attended the injured man until the medical team arrived. The publication added that Justin Bieber stayed at the scene for about eight to ten minutes before he was questioned by the police authorities on what happened.

He, however, was not cited and was later allowed to leave the scene with his friend behind the wheel, while another pal drove his pickup truck.

'Purpose' world tour canceled after 18 months

The incident came after the 23-year-old pop singer canceled the remainder of his "Purpose" world tour. His company cited "unforeseen circumstances" and refused to give further details for the sudden decision. Justin Bieber's party, however, assured the fans that the singer did not mean to disappoint them with his announcement.

The cancellation was met with mixed response from Beliebers all over the world who wished to finally meet their idol through his concert tour. The Canadian singer was supposed to bring "Purpose" world tour in the United States, Canada, Japan, Hong Kong and the Philippines before he will wrap up the concert series in Singapore on October 7.

Justin Bieber has been going from places to places for the past 18 months for his "Purpose" world tour to promote his studio album of the same title. The "Cold Water" artist has gathered over two million fans for his third worldwide tour. While it may seem too late for the singer to say sorry to his fans for the sudden cancellation, other Beliebers were rather understanding of their idol.

Some of them thought the award-winning artist deserved to rest after his non-stop touring, others even commended Justin Bieber for his courage to give up his shows to take some time for himself. The pop singer, on the other hand, reassured his fans that they have nothing to worry about.

In fact, he told the Beliebers that he is "just resting, getting some relaxing" and apologized them for making them feel "disappointed and betrayed" over his decision to cancel his upcoming concert shows. Justin Bieber found help from his co-singer John Mayer who lauded him for making the right decision to take some time off from the limelight.