Justin Bieber's new video for his Quavo collaboration "Intentions" is all about giving back, and he continued the giving spirit just hours after the video dropped Friday (Feb. 7). The Biebs stopped by MTV's Fresh Out Live to gift a deserving fan with $100,000.
Bieber personally handed the check to Julie Coker, a longtime Belieber -- Justin was her first concert when she was 13 -- who has dedicated herself to advocating for mental health. Coker, 22, is the president of the Stockton University chapter of Active Minds, a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising mental health awareness among college students. Since partnering with Active Minds, Coker has helped screen nearly 3,700 people on her campus for suicide, depression and disordered eating behaviors.
Coker told Billboard after the show that she had been invited to Fresh Out Live to record a one-minute video promoting Active Minds, but had no clue Bieber was going to be there -- let alone hand her a $100,000 check. Though she looked a bit shell-shocked upon going up on stage, Coker insists, "I was very excited."