Justin Bieber grants more Make-A-Wish Foundation requests than anyone else

GLAAD via YoutubeStephen Ira Beatty stars in a PSA opposing a regulation that would exclude transgender people from accessing healthcare.

GLAAD via YoutubeStephen Ira Beatty stars in a PSA opposing a regulation that would exclude transgender people from accessing healthcare.

OK, we’ve mercilessly ripped into Justin Bieber enough, so how about some good news about the guy? It’s really pretty darn sweet.

The teen superstar has broken the Make-A-Wish Foundation’s record for most wishes granted by one person, Gossip Cop reports. That means J-Bib has met 200 children with compromised health whose dream it was to meet him.

The record was broken this weekend when Bieber “accepted” the marriage proposal of adorable 8-year-old Annalysha Brown-Rafanan, who has a life-threatening liver condition. “This is what it’s about,” said Bieber.

Dude, you just might make us Beliebers.

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