When he's not pissing in mop buckets, spitting on fans or cursing out former U.S. presidents, Justin Bieber isn't half bad. At least that's what the Make-A-Wish Foundation thinks. The popular do-good organization recognized the "Nothing Like Us" singer over the weekend for granting a whopping 200 wishes for terminally ill children. He now holds the record within the music industry. Bieber, who has a reputation for bringing joy to the hearts of sick kids, actually had a reason to be proud of himself for once. After receiving the accolade, he Tweeted: "Honored yesterday. one of the best moments ive ever had. thank u. looking forward to doing more together. thanks." Over the weekend, Biebs met up with 8-year-old Annalysha Brown-Rafanan while in Atlanta. The young girl is suffering from a deadly liver condition. For his efforts, Make-A-Wish rewarded the bad boy with some good press. They wrote, "Hey Beliebers! Join us in congratulating @JustinBieber on his 200th wish & help us grant even more." They added a special thanks to the star "for granting so many amazing wishes." Not one to look a gift horse in the mouth, Bieber's manager Scooter Braun seized the moment to broadcast a niblet of good news about the troublesome teen. He Tweeted a pic of his prodigy with the young girl and wrote: "Just watched @justinbieber grant his 200th make a wish!! Most ever by any musician! Very #Proud," along with an Instagram pic of the singer and Annalysha. Bieber should enjoy the wave of positive publicity. By tomorrow it will be business as usual for Bieber -- broads, booze, bimbos, buds and bad choices.