Justin Bieber Meets Japan Earthquake Victims
The One Time star visited the children during his tour of the country...
Justin Bieber has taken time out from his hectic schedule to meet with children who were victims of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
The 17-year old star, who has been named by Forbes magazine as the third most powerful celebrity in the world, paid homage to the youngsters from the wrecked town of Otsuchi, posing for photos with the group.
According to APTN, JB addressed the nine students from some of the hardest hit areas that were devastated by the events in March, telling them: "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."
Upon leaving the children, the Biebster also tweeted: "Just met some incredible kids who have been thru alot because of the devastation here in Japan."
The star added: "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."
Justin is currently on tour in the Far East and has previously vowed to donated a proportion of profits from his My World show in Osaka on Tuesday to help the Japanese relief effort.