Justin Bieber joins the anti-bullying campaign ‘It Gets Better Project’ (Video)

By on Nov 26, 2010 in Lifestyle, Parenting, United States, World Comments

Justin Bieber joins the anti-bullying campaign ‘It Gets Better’ project and made a short video to address his call against bullying, according to MTV on Wednesday.

Bieber, the hottest music teen idol today who is making good money from his concerts and different product lines while receiving left and right awards, decided to call for the stop of bullying, in which a copy can be watched below.

The 16-year old singer recently appeared on Ellen DeGeneresTV show and talked about his own bullying experience.

Later, the young pop singer made a 20-second video which had a debut on DeGeneres‘ site on Monday, as he urged his fans and the public as well, to take action if they see someone being bullied.

“Hey guys, I’m Justin Bieber. I just wanted to say there’s nothing cool about being a bully. And if you’re getting bullied, make sure to tell someone and, you know, it gets better. And if you’re a bystander, make sure to step in and, you know, help out.” Bieber said on the video.

Meanwhile, US President Barack Obama, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Ke$ha, and Katy Perry are just among the personalities who have also joined the ‘It Gets Better’ project.



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