Justin Bieber arrives in Philippines to help Yolanda victims
(The Philippine Star) - December 10, 2013 - 10:50am

MANILA, Philippines - Pop sensation Justin Bieber is here in the Philippines to help victims of super typhoon Yolanda.

The 19-year-old international singer arrived in Manila around 7 a.m Tuesday, December 10, reports said.

Justin arrived on board a private plane that landed at the NAIA Terminal 2.

Around 2 a.m., he posted in his Twitter account “#GivebackPhilippines,” which is the campaign he started a few days ago.

Through a video he released in prizeo.com, Justin encouraged his fans to donate for the typhoon victims, and in exchange he’ll give them the privilege to watch him record his upcoming album.

This is an addition to the auction he did last November, where he auctioned his graffiti and the spray paints with his signature to raise funds for the victims of the typhoon in the Visayas region.

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“The moment I heard about the tragedy a few weeks back, I know I can count on you guys to make a difference. So I’m asking you guys to help me, help them. Check prizeo.com/justin," he said.

“As you give back, I’m doing something I’ve never done before. I’m bringing that winner to come with me at the studio next year. I want you guys come and help me in the studio to give me some ideas. But first, you guys got to give back," he added.

“I’ll raise money and you’ll come to the studio with me. So please, please help me, help them.”

According to the site, they’ve already raised $610,344 as of posting, almost less than $400,000 more before they reach their target of $1 million.

The proceeds of this campaign will go to Unicef, Action Hunder and Philam Foundation.

ACTION HUNDER AND PHILAM FOUNDATION HAIYAN HELP JUSTIN JUSTIN BIEBER ONE DIRECTION SO I VISAYAS YOLANDA
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