The promoter of four Chris Brown concerts in Canada scheduled this summer says the events have been cancelled.
Stephen Tobin, owner of Drop Entertainment Group, said on Monday that the decision was made after consulting with Brown and in light of his recent personal and health-related issues.
The R&B star had his probation reinstated on Friday after he was involved in an alleged hit-and-run accident.
The hit-and-run charge was dismissed earlier.
Brown also suffered a seizure earlier this month.
Brown's publicist, Nicole Perna, said the Grammy Award-winning performer regrets that he won't be able to perform.
Brown had his probation reinstated by a judge in Los Angeles on Friday after he agreed to complete an additional 1 000 hours of community service stemming from his 2009 sentence for assaulting singer Rihanna.
Brown's probation had been revoked last month by Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge James Brandlin after he was charged in a May hit-and-run traffic accident, which could have led to a probation violation and possible jail time.
The charges in the hit-and-run case have since been dismissed.
In 2009, Brown was sentenced to five years' probation, 180 days of community service and domestic violence counselling for assaulting Rihanna, who was his girlfriend at the time.
Brown, dressed in a dark suit at Friday's hearing, must complete the 1 000 hours of community service before his probation ends on August 25 2014.
He has the option of highway cleanup, beach cleanup, graffiti removal, or general maintenance work.
The singer (24) came under fire by the Los Angeles county attorney's office in February, when he was accused of cutting corners of his community service sentence, which he was allowed to complete in his home state of Virginia.
The community service involved tasks like cutting grass, picking up trash and removing graffiti.
Prosecutors alleged that Brown was not at the recorded location of his community service and was instead performing or travelling, once on a private jet bound for Cancun, Mexico.
They also accused Virginia authorities of poor and incorrect management of the singer's community service and record keeping, arguing that the Turn Up the Music singer's community service case should be transferred to Los Angeles. – Sapa-AP, Reuters. .