Justin Bieber Japan concert cancelled?

Justin Bieber fans in Japan may not be able to see their idol as the scheduled concerts there have been put into jeopardy after the teen pop superstar's crew reportedly refused to enter the country for fear of nuclear radiation.

Hollywood entertainment site TMZ reported that JB's crew members didn't want to go to Japan because they're afraid of the cancer risks from the nuclear disaster last March. They also reportedly fear earthquake.

During a meeting with Scooter Braun, JB's manager, members of the crew said it wasn't safe to go and Avril Lavigne and Slash had canceled their Japan concerts, the report said.

Justin Bieber is set to perform in Osaka on May 17 and in Tokyo on May 18.

Scooter reportedly said Justin did not want to disappoint the fans who bought tickets and that the Japanese government had given clearance that it is safe in both cities.

The decision to cancel Justin Bieber's concert in Japan, however, is not yet final, reports said.