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LOOK: SB19’s Justin plants trees with fans for 24th birthday

/ 02:43 PM July 14, 2022
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SB19’s Justin with his fans (Image: Twitter/@MasungiGeo)

SB19’s Justin celebrated his 24th birthday in the company of fans as they participated in a tree-planting event and made a monetary donation to the Masungi Georeserve in Rizal.

The singer planted Narra saplings at Masungi Georeserve’s Legacy Trail, as seen on the nature reserve’s Twitter page today, July 14.


“Hindi lang tayo basta-basta [nagsasaya]. Nage-enjoy tayo, nakakabuo tayo ng masayang community, but at the same time nakakatulong tayo sa kalikasan,” Justin said.

(We do not have just fun. We enjoy, build a happy community, but at the same time we help the environment.)


Aside from this, Justin and his fans also made a “generous donation” for the rangers and forest restoration efforts of Masungi Georeserve. It appears they made a P60,000 donation, as they can be seen holding a big check with the said amount addressed to the reserve.


Justin is part of the P-pop group SB19, alongside fellow members Pablo, Stell, Ken and Josh. They are known for the songs “MAPA,” “Bazinga” and “What?”, among others.

The group is set to be one of the performers in the upcoming Binibining Pilipinas coronation night. They also recently did their own rendition of the pageant’s theme song.  /ra


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