After a concert in Guatemala City this past Sunday, Justin Bieber ventured into a humble village in the jungles to help build a school house.
Bieber joined forces with a team from Pencils of Promise, an organization founded by his manager Scooter Braun’s brother, to help construct a school house and give basic provisions to the local children.
According to TMZ, Bieber took a chopper into this remote area and not only helped build a school but also gave away his sunglasses and even the shoes off of his feet.
The singer posted pictures of himself and the children on Instagram and Twitter followed by a “confessional video” of what the whole experience meant to him.
“It was just a wake-up call for me. Any problem that I have…it’s nothing at all. These kids have absolutely nothing — no food, no water, no education. Yet, we’re stressing over the little things…They’re so happy. They’re just so happy,” Bieber said.
Bieber went on to describe this day as one of the most magical days ever.
Bieber is in the middle of his “Believe Tour” and will be traveling to Colombia, Ecuador, Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Mexico, before moving on to New Zealand and Australia.
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