Justin Bieber is adamant his tour cancellation has nothing to do with religion.

The 23-year-old pop star appeared confused when paparazzi asked him if religion was the reason he canceled the rest of his world tour "Purpose" earlier this week after reports suggested his involvement in Hillsong Church had something to do with it, according to TMZ.

"No," he said repeatedly before confirming the person asking already knew the reason.

Earlier in July, the Biebs joined Hillsong pastor Carl Lentz in Sydney for the Hillsong Conference 2017, where the "Sorry" singer appeared all over the place and began brushing his teeth on camera.

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Lentz, a pal of Bieber, has been dubbed "not your typical pastor" and a "rock star pastor."

In the video conference alongside the star, Lentz is wearing oversized glasses and a Hillsong-branded track jacket.

The church is said to merge Christianity and culture.

Bieber reportedly lived with Lentz and his family in New Jersey for more than a month in 2014 to work through some of his issues, GQ reported in 2015.

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The two have often been seen out in public together since.

Hillsong — a Sydney-based church with churches spanning across 19 countries — is a contemporary church, which is aimed toward people who do not like the conventional ideas of church and religion.

The church even has its own music label titled "Young & Free," which is focused on the music of the next generation.

Despite Bieber’s involvement with the modern day church, he chalked up shutting down "Purpose" early because of exhaustion.

Lentz also reportedly did not recommend the tour be canceled, according to TMZ.

"I’m sorry for anyone who feels disappointed or betrayed. It’s not in my heart or anything," Bieber said in a message to fans.

Scooter Braun, Bieber’s manager, released a statement on Tuesday noting the tour was shut down because the singer’s "soul and well-being" come first.