Justin Bieber to donate profits from concert to Japan charity

The singer has met with nine students who were mostly affected by earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan on March 11, 2011.
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Despite the reported protests from his crew, singer Justin Bieber has finally landed the Far Eastern country of Japan for a two-night concert and the Canadian sensation has also taken time to spend it with some students representing regions greatly affected by the twin disaster.

The singer has met with nine students who were mostly affected by earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan on March 11, 2011.

And the teen sensation offered encouraging words to these students as he said, according to The Hollywood Gossip.

"Things can get better and things will get better. There's only good times to come. My prayers go out to all of your families and all of you," Bieber was quoted as saying by  The Hollywood Gossip.

As if these words weren’t enough to make things ‘get better’ for the students he met earlier, the singer then posted inspiring tweets which said:

Just met some incredible kids who have been thru alot because of the devastation here in Japan... Blessed to meet them and proud to know them. When you meet kids like that... with all their strength and courage to move on you realize the important things in life."

Meanwhile, Bieber also announced that he is donating a part of profits from Japan concert to charity that helps Japan disaster victim from their crisis and start getting back on their feet.

The singer also spent time making rounds to some local television programs to express gratitude of support to those who have made his concerts in Osaka and Tokyo possible.

Click to watch the video and be impressed with the singer's attempts to use Japanese language.

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