Justin Bieber pledges to “get moving on a solution” for California wildfire victims

"Obviously I am not a fireman, but I can use my resources"

Justin Bieber has vowed to help the victims of the devastating wildfires in Southern California in “whatever” way the Canadian singer can.

The LA Times report, as of Saturday (December 9), six wildfires have destroyed nearly 800 structures and forced 90,000 evacuations. 8,500 firefighters have been working to put out the fires.

Justin Bieber has addressed the victims of the fires on an Instagram video pledging his personal aid as well sharing information about where locals could make donations in the Los Angeles area this weekend.

Beiber said in the video: “I’m going to have a conversation with some people, and we are going to get moving on a solution,”

“Obviously I am not a fireman”, the singer continues: “but I can use my resources to figure out ways to get some sort of restoration in certain communities, fundraisers, whatever we can do”.

Watch the pledge video below.

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Lady Gaga is also one of the many musicians speaking out to the victims of the wildfires. Gaga said: “No one deserves to lose their home, and during the holidays this is especially traumatic. Praying for you and that you find some peace and the flames settle”.

Meanwhile, Bieber recently posted a loving tribute to his dad, Jeremy, on Instagram.

Following the singer’s recent emotional reawakening, during which he’s posted numerous tributes and thank yous to friends and family, Bieber has now praised his father. The pair’s relationship has not always been solid, with Jeremy leaving shortly after Justin’s birth.