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3 July 2013, 15:22
The 'Boyfriend' singer offers free tickets to some of the students from schools destroyed in the area back in May.
Justin Bieber invited 200 students from some of the schools destroyed in the recent Oklahoma Tornado.
A huge storm swept through Oklahoma City back in May and the 'As Long As You Love Me' singer decided to extend his charitable hand to some of those affected.
He announced the news on his Twitter account before yesterday's (2nd July) show.
He wrote: "we got OKC tonight. held 200 tickets for students from some of the schools recently destroyed. hope they enjoy the show."
24 people were killed with many more injured and musicians at the time were taking to their social media accounts to offer their thoughts and prayers.
Meanwhile, Justin has also been on his Twitter account in the past 24 hours to hit out at media reports about his life and said he would be focusing on new music and staying positive.