Justin Bieber unceremoniously arrives in Manila
by FFE Entertainment News Staff
Justin Bieber is in the Philippines as a part of his charity efforts to help the victims of Typhoon Yolanda.
According to reports, Justin arrived at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) terminal 2 in his private airplane at 7:10 am today. Immigration records confirmed that the singer is in the country.
One of most recent tweets confirms this news:
A few days ago, Justin released a video announcing his charity drive to help the Yolanda survivors.
“Everyone knows I’ve got the best fans in the world. So the moment I heard about the tragedy a few weeks back, I knew I could count on you guys to make a difference. So I’m asking you guys to help me, help them,” the 19-year-old singer said.
Justin asked his fans to help the Yolanda survivors by donating money through Prizeo.com. Fans who donate are entitled to be part of a draw that gives them a chance to win a trip to Los Angeles for two early next year to hang out with the Canadian singer.
The charity drive aims to raise $1 million before it closes on 15 December and Prizeo announced today that cash donations already exceeded $600,000.
Typhoon Yolanda shattered parts of the Philippines last 8 November, with the Visayan provinces Eastern Samar and Leyte worst hit. Yolanda left at least 5,000 dead and millions of survivors displaced from their homes.