Pop superstar Justin Bieber has arrived in the country (Philippines) on Tuesday, as part of his efforts to help raise funds for victims of super typhoon “Yolanda (Haiyan)”.
Bieber arrived via a private plane, which landed at a private hangar near Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 2.
Airport sources said Bieber arrived around 7:10 a.m. Immigration records also confirmed the singer’s arrival.
Before his arrival, Bieber was busy promoting on Twitter his “GiveBackPhilippines” campaign which aims to raise $1 million for the victims of typhoon Yolanda.
Bieber said that those who will make donations will get a chance to hang out with him next year as he records new songs.
Justin will be performing a show there with the proceeds going towards victims relief. Donations can be made at Prizeo for a chance to spend a day in the studio with JB.
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I don’t care what anyone says or thinks Justin is the most awesome person I’ve ever known and despite the #Heartbreaker he just wants those affected in the Philippines to #HoldTight because #Recovery is possible from the #BadDay. No matter how much money Justin makes & how busy he is #AllThatMatters to him right now is letting those in the Philippines know that its not #AllBad. Never for them to allow anything or anyone #PYD because this #RollerCoaster did #ChangeMe, but I am #Confident that Justin is going to do what he always has this #OneLife.