Justin Bieber to auction off his graffiti for benefit of Yolanda victims
He may not be so bad after all.
Michael Joe Delizon of the Manila Bulletin reports that pop star Justin Bieber "spray painted a wall in Los Angeles with the aim of raising funds for the victims of super typhoon Yolanda."
The report, which was based on an article on the entertainment website TMZ.com said Bieber made the graffiti of a "gray-colored clasped hand in prayer with the words 'Pray 4 Philippines' above it" with the help of friend Milk Tyson. Bieber posted the photo of the artwork on his Instagram account on Monday (November 18) with the caption, "We all can help."
The Canadian pop star reportedly wants to "auction off the signed picture of his graffiti, along with the used spray paint cans" and donate the proceeds to a typhoon relief group whose name will be announced soon.
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