Justin Bieber Meets Tsunami Victims in Japan (Video)
Justin Bieber is a busy guy, but the 17-year-old took time out of his busy schedule to do something important. The pop star spent time with tsunami victims on his recent tour stop in Japan.
According to CNN, the singer originally wanted to perform in the tsunami region, but when that wasn't possible, he arranged a meeting with nine people who were affected by the natural disaster.
"Things can get better and things will get better," Justin said to the victims. "There's only good times to come from this. So, again, my prayers go to all of your families and everybody."
In addition to getting to hang out with Justin, the fans were invited to his concert as his VIP guests. Originally, there was speculation that Justin would cancel his Japanese dates due to concerns about another earthquake and radioactivity risks, but the singer was determined not to let Beliebers down.
"Show day in TOKYO...beyond grateful to be here," Justin tweeted. "Thankful to the crew for coming with me. #supportjapan #myworldtour #makeachange."
The Biebs' My World tour dates in Osaka and Tokyo were the last of his worldwide run, and after a few days of rest, the Canadian superstar will hit the 2011 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday as a presenter and nominee.