Justin Bieber and President Barack Obama: Prepare a surprise for Ground Zero victim, Payton Wall

By on May 14, 2011 in Entertainment, International, Music, Politics, United States Comments

President Barack Obama with the Wall family
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According to New York Post report, Payton Wall, a 14-year-old girl whose dad Glen worked as an executive at Cantor Fitzgerald when the Twin Towers were destroyed on 9/11, sent an alleged letter to Justin Bieber depicting how she was inspired by his documentary “Never Say Never”.

The letter, as report further reveals, has Payton’s message written on Feb. 9 saying, “Hey! I have an awful life story and without your music I don’t know if I could have survived, do you think I could send you a letter?”

Justin Bieber reportedly failed to respond, prompting her to send the letter to President Obama.

As reportedly attested by New York magazine, the “belieber” indeed received a response from the White House, inviting her and the family (mother and a sister) to Ground Zero, where President Barack Obama was scheduled to lay a wreath.

Based on several similar updates, Media outlets were skeptical of the president’s promise to introduce Justine Bieber to Payton Wall.

But according to TMZ, “Bieber” was excited receiving that call from the White House and even agreed to meet the girl upon his return to the U.S.

Similarly, it was evident through another update that “Bieber” even responded to the skepticism that erupted as he tweeted, “I think you’re wrong, pretty sure President @BarackObama will keep this promise.”



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