He cancelled 14 dates of his Purpose World Tour amid reports he was ‘over it’ and ‘dedicating his life to Christ.’

The news caused many to believe that Justin Bieber was done with music for good after a series of unenthusiastic performances prior to the announcement.

But now, TMZ reports that Justin has had several conversations this week about how he will return to the recording studio at some point, but has not since cancelling the tour last week. 

First love: Justin Bieber is not quitting music despite cancelling his Purpose tour, TMZ reports (pictured June 2017)

First love: Justin Bieber is not quitting music despite cancelling his Purpose tour, TMZ reports (pictured June 2017)

Sources told the website that Justin’s ‘faith won’t stop him from being an artist.’   

The 23-year-old superstar has a constant companion in his pastor Carl Lentz of the Hillsong Church, who many fans pointed the finger at over the cancellation and subsequent reports that Justin is seeking to open his own church. 

The Hillsong Church has denied the claims he cancelled the remainder of his world tour so that he could forge a deeper connection with the Christian denomination.  

Tough week: The singer is pictured here on Wednesday before hitting a photographer with his car

Tough week: The singer is pictured here on Wednesday before hitting a photographer with his car

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia this Friday, a spokesperson for the Hillsong Church confirmed that that they had no involvement with Justin’s decision to cancel the remaining 14 dates.

‘The recent announcement by Justin Bieber about his tour does not involve Hillsong Church,’ the spokesperson said. 

Bieber had been on the worldwide trek since March of 2016 in support of his 2015 album Purpose. 

Cancellation: Bieber had been on the worldwide trek since March of 2016 in support of his 2015 album Purpose (pictured June 2017)

Cancellation: Bieber had been on the worldwide trek since March of 2016 in support of his 2015 album Purpose (pictured June 2017)

In addition to his own music and tour, Justin also featured on tracks by DJ Snake, DJ Khalid, Post Malone and Luis Fonsi.   

A source previously told TMZ that Justin was ‘just over’ the grind of the tour.  

In an official statement Justin’s representatives said: ‘Justin loves his fans and hates to disappoint them. He thanks his fans for the incredible experience of the Purpose World Tour over last 18 months’

Burned out: It's been claimed that Bieber wanted rest after the nearly two-year tour 

Burned out: It’s been claimed that Bieber wanted rest after the nearly two-year tour 

 

 

 






Courtesy: Daily Mail Online

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