Justin Bieber finished his Purpose Tour

Justin Bieber: THAT are his reasons for the end of the "Purpose World Tour"

The popular will find it hard to believe, but it's true. Justin Bieber will no longer play the last 12 concerts of his "Purpose World Tour". The cancellations concern the countries North America, Canada, the Philippines and Japan. On the singer's homepage, his management announces: "Due to unforeseen circumstances, Justin Bieber will cancel the rest of his Purpose World Tour concerts. Justin loves his fans and hates disappointing them."However, those responsible do not disclose the exact reasons for the cancellation. The statement only says:"After careful consideration, he decided not to play any more concerts."

Justin Bieber: These are the reasons for the tour off

Why is such a successful musician like Justin canceling his concerts? Thousands of fans are just waiting to finally see the artist live and are now devastated by this news. A source told People about the cancellation of his tour: "He goes to church and does a lot with the congregation. He's super exhausted. He really enjoys touring, but he's been traveling for 18 months now and that takes its toll." No wonder, because Selena Gomez's ex-boyfriend played his first gig of his third world tour on March 9, 2016 in Canada. Justin Bieber has been touring the world for 18 months and has played over 150 gigs in total. A really tight schedule for any artist. 😱

John Mayer responded via Twitter to the cancellation of Justin's tour dates and writes: "If someone cancels the rest of their tour, it means that if they kept playing, they would really be harming themselves." A second tweet from the country singer reads: "We have lost so many great artists recently. I give Justin πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌ that he realized it was time. You should too. "We think it's great that Katy Perry's ex supports his colleague so much.

Now Justin Bieber is talking about the cancellation of his gigs!

The 23-year-old spoke to a reporter for the first time when he asked if he had just had enough of his world tour. Bieber says: "Everything is fine, I've been on tour for two years" and that's why the teen star now wants to: "just rest and relax. " Addressing his fans, the "Company" interpreter also tells: "I love you guys. You are all amazing. I feel sorry for anyone who is now disappointed or who feels betrayed."We think that the singer has more than deserved a break after this long period of stress. Belieber are of divided opinion. Some of his followers are extremely angry and write: "Of course I still love him with everything I have, but right now I just want to give him a clap." Others show empathy and post: "Justin's been overworked since he was 15. He deserves a long, long break." The manager of Sofia Richie's ex-boyfriend gives a little more information about the state of mind of his protΓ©gΓ© on Instagram and writes: "A man's soul and wellbeing are what I really care about and come first. We all have to respect and appreciate that. " He also gives the fans hope by announcing: "Justin will be back and I know he's happy to perform again for you and with all of you." πŸ’—

Justin writes this letter to his fans

Now the "baby" interpreter has given his fans a detailed explanation of the reasons for the end of the tour on Instagram. In an open letter, Justin Bieber first thanked all of his followers and then explained how the premature end could come about: "I allowed my insecurities to get the best out of myself, to let my broken relationships dictate to me how I behave and deal with other people! I have let bitterness, jealousy and fear rule my life. " The 23-year-old also made it clear in his lines how much the "Purpose" tour and the support of his popular fans meant to him: "The tour was amazing and taught me so much about myself. I was reminded of how blessed I am to have a voice in this world."

In his short message, Justin finally explained the real reason for canceling his tour: "The fact that I take a break has to do with the fact that I want to have the strength to persevere. I want my career to last a long time, but also my mind, my heart and my soul, so that I am the man and, at some point, a possible husband and father I want to be. " To us, that sounds like the singer's really grown-up words. πŸ‘πŸΌ

Anyone who feared that Biebs could disappear from the scene forever, this statement will certainly reassure you. The sweetest thing about Justin's honest words is for sure the last paragraph in which he points out that the message could contain grammatical errors, but comes from the bottom of his heart. Oh ... we can't be angry with him anymore. 😍

These incidents overshadow his tour

During his tour, Bieber had to deal with many ups and downs. This may also have meant that the 23-year-old cannot and does not want to continue performing for the time being. Last November, the "Never Say Never" singer blew a fan in the face, in October he left his own stage because the fans screamed too loudly and finally canceled all meet-and-greets. Most recently, Justin Bieber scared a woman whom he yelled at in the street for no reason after attending church. So it's not unlikely that he's just overworked and needs to take a break, and that's exactly what the crush is doing right now! In Santa Monica he was spotted relaxing with model Audreyana Michelle shortly after his introduction. πŸ‘«

The fans can claim their money back for the tickets at all points of sale. But we can hardly imagine that the Belieber consoled the possibility of not seeing their beloved star live and we are happy when we can welcome Justin Bieber back on stage after an adequate recovery. #WeWillNeverSayNever πŸ’—

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