Pop star Justin Beiber is doing fine after cancelling the remainder of his Purpose world tour and penning an emotional letter to fans in the wake of the decision.
The "Love Yourself" singer reportedly "hasn't been feeling well mentally for a while," reported People magazine.
"Justin is hanging out in LA with friends. He feels really bad to disappoint many of his fans. This is why he decided to write the open letter. He still feels he made the right decision," a source said.
Last month, the 23-year-old announced the cancellation of the remaining tour dates, citing "unforeseen circumstances." The tour was the singer's first since he returned to the music scene in 2015 after a lengthy hiatus.
"He started out in the business as a kid, but he is older now. He wants to have control over his life and health. He hasn't been feeling well mentally for a while. Cancelling the tour was the right thing for him," the source adds.
Since announcing the cancellation, Bieber has sought spiritual guidance and often hangs out "with his church crew".
Bieber belongs to Hillsong Church in New York City, a branch of the Australia-based church and Grammy-nominated band of the same name.
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