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Justin Bieber sends his love amidst COVID-19



Canadian singer-songwriter Justin Bieber acknowledges the current hardships people all around the world are facing as the health crisis forces them to stay indoors, making it hard to provide for their families’ everyday necessities.

“How blessed are we? A lot of people at this time have a crappy situation. They look at us and obviously, we worked hard for where we’re at so it’s like, you can’t feel bad for the things that we have,” the popstar said during an Instagram Live session with his wife, Hailey, and their friend, Kendall Jenner.

“But, I think just us taking the time to acknowledge, that there are people who are struggling, is important. So we just send our love and our support to them.” the 26-year-old asserted.

He also stated how grateful he is towards health workers and other people who put their lives on the line to fight coronavirus.

“As we stand right now, there’s not a lot of answers. We have some answers but there’s a lot of answers we still need. And as we know, things seem uncertain and so what I would like to say is, for those people who’re putting themselves on the line, all the healthcare workers, all the people who risk their lives every day to be put in uncomfortable situations, we just want to say thank you,” Justin expressed during another Instagram Live with American rapper, Diddy.

Apart from words of kindness and encouragement, Justin also put his riches to good use by donating to various causes that help with COVID-19-struck citizens.

A day before the release of his fifth album, Changes, Justin sent his love to China and donated $29,000 to the Beijing Chunmiao Charity Foundation.

He also recently accepted the #AllInChallenge where he will auction off his time and effort to fly to and visit the winner’s home and perform some of his songs including “One Less Lonely Girl.” To donate, visit

Before his manager, Scooter Braun, scouted him after watching his performance on YouTube, Justin was living in a small apartment in Ontario, Canada with his mom who was a single parent, striving to make ends meet.

Even after his fame, he didn’t let his success blind him to what is really going on. As a person who fits into the description of “from rags to riches,” it’s safe to say that Bieber knows what people are going through during these disastrous times.