According to TMZ, the Biebs plans on using graffiti he and his buddy Mike Tyson tagged on a wall in Los Angeles last Saturday to help raise money for the storm victims.
Justin posted a picture of his artwork on Instagram. The design shows gray-colored hands praying with "Pray 4 Philippines" spray-painted in red above. A star is seen on one side and Justin signed his initials "JB" at the bottom.
Bieber reportedly plans on auctioning off the spray cans he used on the pic with a signed picture of the street art. Money raised will be donated to a Philippines typhoon relief effort group that will be announced in the near future.
A source told TMZ the Justin really wants to "get involved" in the effort to help the troubled nation get back on its feet. He will apparently contribute in other ways too. Does that mean he's giving up money or more graffiti? It hasn't been announced yet.
Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines on Friday, November 8. The number of people confirmed dead now stands at 3,631, but over nine million have been affected or displaced by the disaster.
Bieber's a well-known figure in the Philippines. He was almost banned from the country last year after publically making fun of their hometown hero, boxer Manny Pacqquiao, on Instagram.
On the same day the Typhoon first hit the Philippines, JB spray painted graffiti in Brazil and earned a "vandalism" charge. Read about that here.
Justin isn't the only big celebrity doing everything he can to help out. Watch the video below to see what NFL football star Tim Tebow is doing to help out the typhoon victims!