Justin Bieber revealed that he was spending his last days off in a paradise, until then the name of the place was unknown, but in the evening of the same day, the official account of brand Beats By Dre , who created headphones and supports the projects of the Canadian star has revealed that Justin was on the island of Bali , Indonesia. In addition, Beats By Dre told that on the same day and even off the island inspired both the singer he recorded a new song. Check out the tweet: Continue reading
Justin was heavily criticized by Indonesian beliebers, musicians and radio DJs, after his “random country” statement referring to Indonesia at the Supperclub in London about his new album, “Believe.” Continue reading
Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez had a secret day in the world’s most beautiful island Bali, located in Indonesia.
Justin Bieber went to Bali for a holiday before heading to Australia.
Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez and the crew arrive at Bandara Soekarno Hatta airport, Jakarta, Indonesia. April 22, 2011.
Justin will perform at Sentul International Convention, Jakarta, INdonesia on Apr 23, 2011.
Justin Bieber and the Hollywood actor, Tom Cruise spoke about Indonesia on their twitter pages. As you guys may have read on the news, currently Indonesia is facing 3 natural disasters at the same time, Tsunami, earthquake, and volcano.
Since the disasters hit Indonesia, a number of topics of Indonesia have been filling large trending topic on twitter. There are #prayforindonesia, #Bless Indonesia and #Mentawai.
“just found out about the earthquake in Indonesia. everyone please pray for the people there. #prayforindonesia.” Justin tweeted.
Meanwhile, Tom Cruise, who is still in the making of the movie “Mission Impossible” said in his Twitter account :
“Our hearts go out to the people of Merapi & Jakarta, Indonesia, If you know of an organization best assistance to help Indonesia wounded and refugees, please let us know so we can pass along.”
The tsunami and 7.7 magnitude earthquake kiIIed hundreds of people while a dozen people were kiIIed by the volcanoes. In 2004, Indonesian tsunami kiIIed over 230,000 people.