If Justin Bieber is sick of being bullied online, he took a step in a very positive direction this week.
The singer, who concluded his global "Believe" tour over the weekend, made an unscheduled stop in the Philippines today to play an acoustic concert for those affected by last month's devastating typhoon Haiyan.
The storm killed nearly 6,000 residents and displaced millions more.
"About to perform the last #believetour show. The real last one and the most important one of the tour. #GiveBackPhilippines," Justin Tweeted prior to taking the stage, urging his followers to make the hashtag #pray4philippines a worldwide trend.
He later added of the trip: "I saw the devastation first hand today. They need our help."
Fortunately, Bieber was able to put some smiles on the faces of victims, at least for a couple hours.
He sang tracks such as "Mistletoe and "All That Matters," while also posing for pictures and even playing some basketball, as you can see here:
According to the aid organization Bieber has been working with, Prizeo, the singer's Haiyan relief campaign has raised $600,000 to date.
More than any number of record sales, that is something about which Justin can truly be proud.