Justin’s mom turned 38 on April 2, and the pop superstar used his Twitter power — more than 36.9 million followers — to get his mom’s birthday trending on the social media site!
With the most Twitter followers in the world, Justin Bieber used his social media power to have everyone wish his mom Pattie Mallette a happy 38th birthday! He even tried to get the hashtag #HappyBirthdayPattie trending — and it worked!
On April 2, Justin tweeted, “must stop everything and let this be the last tweet for a little bit. HAPPY BIRTHDAY to the best mom in the world.
@pattiemallette I love U!”
Justin Bieber Gets #HappyBirthdayPattie Trending On Twitter
A few minutes later, Justin wrote, “everyone trend
#HappyBirthdayPattie – love u mom. Have an amazing day!” By the afternoon, #HappyBirthdayPattie was showing up in the United States trends on Twitter — looks like Justin’s goal came true!
Pattie Mallette Asks For Charity Donations For Her Birthday
Although Justin’s wish was to get his mom’s birthday trending on Twitter, Pattie only wanted one gift for her big day — she wanted fans and supporters to donate to charity!
Justin retweeted his mom’s social media blast, which encourages Beliebers and other Twitter followers alike to donate to a great cause. She was asking for donations to Charity: Water, an organization established to build a fresh water well in Ethiopia.
As of April 2 at 1 p.m. EST, she was halfway there with just more than $5,000 raised! “My only
#birthdaywish…Almost halfway there,” Pattie tweeted.
So sweet of Justin! We’re glad he’s using his mom’s birthday as a chance to raise money for a good cause! What do YOU think of Justin getting his mom’s birthday as a trending topic on Twitter? Let us know in the comments below!
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