Kendall and Kylie Jenner are following in the footsteps of big sis Khloé Kardashian Odom and standing up to meanies!
We’ve seen KoKo speak out about bullying and we’re obvi impressed to see her youngest siblings taking the lead now! The budding models have partnered with Seventeen‘s brand new Delete Digital Drama campaign along with other stars like Ashley Benson, AnnaSophia Robb and Willow Smith! #LoveThis
In these new promo pics, the Jenner girls are rockin’ their Nanette Lepore designed [Delete] t-shirts to spread the campaign’s good word. The DDD campaign wants to inspire others to battle digital dramz simply by pressing the delete button. They want you to delete hurtful comments about yourself — whether it’s on Facebook or in an email. Too bad we can’t delete nasty things people say IRL, right? You can also purchase the [Delete] t-shirt through J.C. Penney — it’s only $10 and 100% of proceeds will benefit STOMP Out Bullying. Instagram a photo of yourself in your new tee and use the hashtag #17Delete to show your support!
People may complain about how the Kardashian’s are everywhere these days, but one can’t deny the good they do with their army of dolls! Last month Kim Kardashian addressed the issue of cyberbullying and her youngest sisters by telling E! Online, “There’s so many online bullies that I get a little worried about my little sisters,” she said. “They are modeling and they Instagram photos of themselves at photo shoots, and I do see some of the comments that people write to them.”
The Jenner girls have decided to turn a negative into a positive by jumping aboard the DDD campaign! Kylie even opened up about her experience with bullying by revealing, “Let’s say someone calls me fat– as a teen, people need to realize that if you call someone fat, you can have a million positive messages, but you’ll only remember the negative one. Even if people put on a tough face, it still gets to you. I try not to read the negative things, and don’t listen to them.”
We are so happy to see Kendall and Kylie taking a stand! Are you gonna join them and press the delete button?
[Delete] Digital Drama T-Shirt
Purchase the [Delete] t-shirt through J.C. Penney -- it's only $10 and 100% of proceeds will benefit STOMP Out Bullying.
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