After Monday's sudden tour cancellation, insiders close to Justin Bieber told People that the 23-year-old singer is just "super exhausted."
“He actually does like being on tour, but he’s been touring for 18 months straight and it takes a toll," the source told People.
Singer John Mayer applauded the move, saying it was good that Bieber realized "it was time to call it."
When someone pulls remaining dates of a tour, it means they would have done real damage to themselves if they kept going. 1/2— John Mayer (@JohnMayer) July 24, 2017
Pop star Justin Bieber announced on Facebook on Monday that he is canceling the remainder of his world tour.
No specific reason was given, aside from "unforeseen circumstances," but a source told TMZ that Bieber was "just over it."
Bieber's "Purpose" world tour had 15 shows remaining in North America and Asia, with the last show scheduled for Oct. 10 in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Bieber could face penalties for canceling his U.S. dates, Variety reported. Concerts in the U.S. are not typically insured against cancellation, barring a medical issue or major circumstance.