Millie Bobby Brown Started An Anti-Bullying Twitter Account & We Don't Deserve Her
18 July 2017, 11:11 | Updated: 7 November 2017, 16:49
@Milliestopshate will share advice and offer support to people suffering from bullying either online or in real life.
Stranger Things star and EMMY NOMINEE (!) Millie Bobby Brown has come up with a unique way of combating online negativity, setting up a new Twitter account dedicated to all things that are good in the world.
New account sharing love and positivity! Managed by me @Milliestopshate— Millie Bobby Brown (@milliebbrown) July 17, 2017
Designed to share 'love and positivity', the 13 year old actor's many fans have already been showing their appreciation online, with @Milliestopshate gainging over 7000 followers in under a day.
I will tweet encouragement and advice for situations that need love and help.— Millie Bobby Brown (@Milliestopshate) July 17, 2017
Thus far, Millie has been using the platform to share stories from bullied kids and adults who had similarly traumatic experiences at school in the hope of opening up a conversation and offering support from a wider community.
Your a strong girl. Remember I'll always support you. https://t.co/cP7DfUwmse— Millie Bobby Brown (@Milliestopshate) July 17, 2017
Reply with: screaming is not the answer. I will do as you say if you tell me in an educated and kind way. Love u stay strong https://t.co/bxLg5bWOur— Millie Bobby Brown (@Milliestopshate) July 17, 2017
I'm 47, was bullied brutally for 8 years growing up. It was scary and isolating. Love that you're doing this! Hugs to all of you!— DCVintage (@dorotheascloset) July 18, 2017
Go and follow the account and help build the community on Twitter here.
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