Venezuelan Bielebers are feeling a little slighted after no stops in the country were included on the Latin American leg of Justin Bieber's "Believe" tour.
The dates, which were announced on June 6, feature shows in some of the region's major venues such as Santiago de Chile's Nacional Stadium. The tour will begin on Oct. 19, at Coliseo de Puerto Rico in San Juan. 
Venezuelan fans took to Twitter to voice their disappointment about being left off the schedule, reports At one point, #Venezuelawantsbelievetour was trending on the social media network as well. 
The singer has faced a great deal of controversy in the past few months, thanks, in part, to an investigation for reckless driving and accusations that he attacked one of his neighbors
His tour bus was also searched during a a tour stop in Stockholm, Sweden, in April, when police in that city noticed the smell of marijuana wafting from the vehicle. Officers searched the bus while Bieber performed inside the Globe Arena. No one was on the bus at the time and it was parked outside the venue. 
"We found a small amount of alleged narcotics and an electroshock weapon," said Stockholm police department press officer Lars Bystrom.
They found weed and a stun gun on the bus, but due to the fact that they didn't "have a specific suspect," Bieber and his crew were let go without any charges. 
His next performance will be June 22, when he resumes his North American tour at Valley View Casino Center in San Diego. 
The Latin American tour dates for the "Believe" tour are below: 
Oct. 19 - San Juan, Puerto Rico - Coliseo de Puerto Rico
Oct. 22 - Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic - Quisqueya Stadium
Oct. 24 - Panama City, Panama - Figoli
Oct. 25 - Guatemala City, Guatemala – Estadio Progreso
Oct. 29 - Bogota, Colombia - Estadio El Campin
Oct. 31 - Quito, Ecuador - Atahualpa Stadium
Nov. 2 - Sao Paulo, Brazil - Anhembi Stadium
Nov. 3 - Rio de Janiero, Brazil - Apoteose
Nov. 6 - Asuncion, Paraguay - Jockey Club
Nov. 9 - Buenos Aires, Argentina - River Plate Stadium
Nov. 12 - Santiago, Chile - Nacional Stadium
Nov. 18 - Mexico City, Mexico - Foro Sol
Nov. 19 - Mexico City, Mexico - Foro Sol