The former One Direction member thinks the singer should "see it through".
There has been speculation Justin may have dropped the remainder of his tour dates to focus on religion, but Hillsong Church pastor Carl Lentz is not thought to have agreed with the singer's decision and advised him not to pull out of the gigs.
We can't say that's definitely the case with Jeremy Bieber, but we find it inneresting that the pop star's poppa has raced to be by his famous son's side amid his goal world tour cancellation and alleged "spiritual awakening".
"There's never enough that I can say or do for the fans, and honestly, I think people can forget that to be quite honest".
His choice of shorts were somewhat controversial as the loud, yellow numbers appeared to be merchandise from his recent objective tour, which the singer cancelled just days ago, prompting disappointment and outrage from thousands of fans. "But I also think, to a certain degree, when you're signing up to something, you should see it through".
It was revealed last week that the What Do You Mean singer cancelled his tour, after over a year on the road. "He is truly exhausted". Wilkins added: "He's very close to a lot of the Hillsong people".
The Canadian popstar made the surprise decision due to "unforeseen circumstances" to cancel the rest of his "Purpose World Tour" back in late July. It's a mature way of saying, 'Sorry, I need to focus on my own health for a bit'. He has had this feeling before though and knows he has to just take a break from performing. "He loves touring. Let the guy rest, and he will come back even better".