Why Students at One High School Are Being Forced to Listen to Justin Bieber's Music Nonstop

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We're pretty sure the students at Tenino High School in Washington know all the words to Justin Bieber's hit song "Baby" and it's not necessarily because they're all Beliebers...The school's officials are playing the song over the intercom until the school raises $500 for charity.

King 5 News is reporting that the song will play over the intercom all day this week until the students raise $500 for for orphans in Ghana. Unfortunately for the Biebs, his song isn't being used to pump the kids up, but as a form of torture to get them to pay up.

The sooner students donate, the sooner Bieber's music stops playing. Their money will go towards a food and book drive for Tenino's sister school Crossover International Academy, which educates more than 250 orphans in Ghana, Africa.

As expected, Bieber-fever is taking its toll at the school. One student, Zack Chamberlain, told King 5 News, "I'm pretty sure I've had five Ibuprofen already."

Hey, at least they aren't playing One Direction music, right? This isn't the first school to come up with the Bieber-charity event idea. A school in Illinois did the same thing back in 2011. Read about that here.

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