The 12-year-old star takes a stand against social media attackers by joining the "Delete Digital Drama" campaign.
If you’ve ever had to remove a negative comment from one of your social media streams, then you know how pungent the effects of cyberbullying can be. Willow Smith has decided to take action against these kind of online attacks by teaming up with Seventeen Magazine’s “Delete Digital Drama” campaign.
The 12-year-old-singer will be one of the celeb activists behind the initiative which seeks to empower young women to disengage from cyberbullying by deleting harsh and mean comments they see on their Twitter, Facebook and Instagram pages. This announcement comes just days after her mother, Jada Pinkett Smith, released a lengthy statement about online bullying towards young celebs via her Facebook page.
Fashion designer Nanette Lepore has designed trendy tank-tops and tees that have the word “Delete” across the front. All proceeds from the shirts will benefit, STOMP Out Bullying, a national anti-bullying organization.
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