Justin Bieber Justice World Tour officially CANCELED following series of postponements last year?

NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 18: Justin Bieber performs on NBC's "Today" at NBC's TODAY Show on November 18, 2015 in New York. (Photo by Noam Galai/Getty Images)

Many fans are looking forward to seeing Justin Bieber perform live on stage after taking a break due to medical issues last year. Unfortunately, it appears that supporters will not be able to see him live because his series of shows has been canceled yet again.

According to the Los Angeles Times, the pop star’s management appears to have canceled the rest of his European and United Kingdom shows. They will also cancel his performances at the Kia Forum in California next year.

One of the concert venues, The Utilita Arena Sheffield in the United Kingdom, announced earlier this week on their website that the “show has been canceled” and that fans will automatically receive a refund to their mode of payment.

Following the shocking cancellation, many fans took to social media to express their dismay, sharing screenshots of e-mails containing the shocking news.

One wrote:

“Just got this email about the Sheffield concert…so now the rest of the Justice Tour is no longer being postponed, it’s just full on cancelled?! Being waiting over a year aswell, what the f***?”

Another fan wrote:

“The fact that it took 5 months after the last concert to u guys officially announced, it’s pissed me off! So unprofessional,”

One expressed:

“Im crying ive been waiting for this tour for my entire life. i was wishing to see my first favorite singer ever to perform and now it will all be a dream,”

Justin Bieber has yet to make an official announcement on his social media accounts as of this writing.

The pop star announced in September that he would be postponing his tour to focus on his health.

The Canadian singer revealed on his official Instagram account that his face was partially paralyzed due to Ramsay-Hunt Syndrome.

Bieber was unable to perform at his North American shows due to his medical condition. But, due to his insistence, he continued his tour across Europe until he became exhausted.

He added:

“After resting and consulting with my doctors, family and team, I went to Europe in an effort to continue with the tour. I performed six live shows, but it took a real toll on me,”