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Justin Bieber fans across the world have been upset about news that meet-and-greets during his Purpose tour are coming to an end. US Weekly reported on March 23, 2016, Bieber has canceled the popular meet-and-greets during his tour. He says he has done this because those meetings make him feel terribly exhausted to the point of feeling depressed.

Bieber first shared the news about the canceling of the meet-and-greets on his Purpose tour via Instagram with a photograph of himself and a young fan who met Bieber during the tour. He wrote that he loves his fans and he really enjoys meeting so many incredible people. However he went on to share that he ends up feeling very drained and filled up with such a great deal of spiritual energy from other people that he ends of feeling drained and unhappy. The pressure of trying to meet people's expectations of what they would like him to be has been an awfully lot for him to handle.

Cosmopolitan reports you can not meet Bieber on his Purpose tour any longer. This has been really sad news for Beliebers who have spent as much as $2,000 on meet-and-greet tickets for the tour. He said he doesn't want to disappoint anyone but he can't make the Purpose tour the best show possible with how much energy is drained from him in meet-and-greets.

Other sources have said security concerns have also had something to do with this decision to end the meet-and-greets. During the recent Purpose tour show in Los Angeles a fan who is on Bieber's security "watch list" came within 10 feet of him and other fans have pulled at his hair and torn his clothing. Bieber's decision to cancel his Purpose tour meet-and-greets therefore seems wise. True Beliebers certainly want to see him rested and at his best on stage and certainly do not want to see him hurt.