Willow Smith is taking a stance against cyber thugs. The pre-teen is now the new face of SEVENTEEN Magazine’s Delete Digital Drama campaign.
According to reports, the campaign “empowers young women to eliminate cyberbullying in their lives by deleting a hurtful comment they see about themselves or someone else online.”
Other young girls standing up for the cause include Coco Jones, Kendall and Kylie Jenner, AnnaSophia Robb, Bridgit Mendler, Ashley Benson and Ariana Grande.
And there’s even [delete] – t-shirts! Fashion designer L’Amour Nanette Lepore teamed up with the magazine to create the logo and tee design. The shirts can be purchased at JCPenny stores and all proceeds will go to STOMP Out Bullying, an anti-bullying and cyberbullying program that focuses on reducing bullying for kids and teens across the country, reports Black Celeb Kids.
Looks like Willow is following in her parents footsteps and using her celebrity for a good cause.
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Willow Smith Takes A Stance Against Cyber Bullying was originally published on hellobeautiful.com