Pop singer Justin Bieber on Tuesday cancelled his concert in Singapore later this year citing "unforeseen circumstances".
Bieber also canceled the remainder of his "Purpose" world tour without specifying any reason.
The Canadian sensation was to perform on October 7 in Singapore.
"As promoters of this concert, we share the disappointment with all of Justin's fans on this cancellation," event organiser UnUsUaL Ltd said in a release.
Ticket holders will get refunds.
Bieber started the tour in support of his "Purpose" album in March 2016 and has performed more than 150 shows across Europe, Africa, South America, Australia and parts of Asia.
Shares of UnUsUaL closed up 2 percent at S$0.51 on the Singapore Exchange on Tuesday.