Hailee Steinfeld has a pretty awesome life!
At just 16 years old, she gets to attend huge events like the Met Gala and she's starring in the upcoming film Romeo and Juliet!
But before she was traveling around the world and getting nominated for Oscars she was just your average teenager, and apparently her middle school days weren't quite as glamourous as the life she lives now!
Hailee says she was the victim of bullying, and things got so bad at one point she had to switch schools:
Ghyslain Raza never meant for anyone to see the tests he was making for a Star Wars video.
But these things have a way of getting around, and even before YouTube existed, the "Star Wars Kid" video had been seen by millions.
And in a group that big, there are always going to be some haters. But Ghyslain says he experienced far worse than trolling. It was dangerous! He says:
That's what we'd say to the creator of this neat ad if we ever met them.
A new Spanish anti-abuse ad shows adults one message, and kids another!
For adults - the picture is of a kid and says "sometimes, child abuse is only visible to the child suffering it."
For kids - the picture changes to the same kid but with a bruised face and reads "if somebody hurts you, phone us and we’ll help you", and provides a phone number.
We're super curious if an ad like this can help abused kids because that would obviously be incredible.
Check out the video (above) and decide for yourself whether you think this ad is brilliant or overrated!
And they deserve to get a lot more than that!!
After the two teenage girls who cyberbullied the Steubenville rape victim appeared in court back in March, where they plead guilty to bullying the 16-year-old girl via Facebook and Twitter, they're now being sentenced to six months of probation.
Even though Eve might not have the best relationship with Nicki Minaj, that doesn't mean she condones bullying…
And her latest music video uses powerful visuals depicting school bullies to seemingly say: it get's better than THIS. High School is only temporary, and the whole WORLD lies beyond one's hometown, waiting to be explored!
Ch-ch-check out the vid, which featured Cobra Starship's Gabe Saporta (above)!
YEAH! Show all those tormenting nay-sayers what you can do! Get out and grab life by its figurative BALLZ!
It's finally happened, you guys!
The most unstoppable force in the entire world has been created: the WWE and Diddy have made an alliance, and Sandy Relief will never be the same. Also, they'll be working on anti-bullying stuff too!
First off, Diddy will be doing a live performance for WrestleMania 29, and then he'll be co-hosting the Superstars for Sandy Relief party with WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon. On top of that, he'll also serve as an ambassador for WWE’s Be a STAR anti-bullying initiative!
Last week, we reported that two teenage girls aged 15 and 16 were arrested after bullying the Steubenville rape victim via Twitter and Facebook, and now, the two monsters are set to appear in court today!
This dramz went down after Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine noted that the girls were taunting the 16-year-old girl that was raped by high school football players, Ma’lik Richmond and Trent Mays.