"The whole game is so exciting and insane, but at the end of the day, it's the people who are buying the records that are putting you where you are".
The Sorry singer made headlines when he announced last week (ends30Jul17) that he had chose to cancel the remaining dates on his Purpose World Tour after "two years on the road".
The former One Direction member thinks the singer should "see it through".
The Canadian singer cancelled the remainder of his "Purpose World Tour" last week, due to 'unforseen circumstances'. The Sorry singer has transformed his behaviour after a string of run-ins with the law and sources close to the musician say his newfound religious beliefs are the reason for his character overhaul.More news: Klopp targets EPL title, reiterates Coutinho is not for sale
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His choice of shorts were somewhat controversial as the loud, yellow numbers appeared to be merchandise from his recent goal tour, which the singer cancelled just days ago, prompting disappointment and outrage from thousands of fans. "We wish Justin the best for his future".
Meanwhile, it was recently claimed that the "Sorry" hitmaker is "truly exhausted" after battling a tough touring schedule. He just didn't have that passion right now. It seems very fair, although understandably disappointing to his fans, that he cancelled the rest of the tour.
"It wasn't an easy decision for him". It doesn't mean he will never tour again - of course he will.
Their growing closeness is also rumoured to be behind Justin's decision to scrap the rest of his tour, with the Love Yourself crooner expressing his desire to "reconnect with his faith".