Willow Smith Shuts Down Cyber Thugs With DELETE Campaign + Jada Pinkett Smith Gets To Work With Queen Latifah
Pre-teen Willow Smith has had her fair share of social media meltdowns and drama. So it's only right she's one of the faces of SEVENTEEN Magazine's new Delete Digital Drama campaign. Check out what she's up to, plus her mom getting her producing on, inside...
12-year-old Willow Smith has signed on to help end cyberbullying for good. Fashion designer Nanette Lepore teamed up with Seventeen Magazine to design a multicolored DELETE tee that celeb supporters will be rocking. And they're on sale for the public as well.
The campaign serves to empower young women to disengage from cyberbullying by deleting hurtful comments they see about themselves or others online.
Other celeb faces supporting the cause--"Pretty Little Liars" stars Ashley Benson, Shay Mitchell and Lucy Hale, as well as Kendall & Kylie Jenner and plenty more.
Meanwhile, Willow's mom Jada Pinkett Smith is getting to work. She posted the above pic today of her and her good friend Queen Latifah preparing for Queen's upcoming talk show.
Jada is serving as an Executive Producer on the project as she said, "Wearing my Executive Producer hat, standing beside the next daytime talk show superstar. Starting September 16, 2013, you will be able to kick it with Queen Latifah everyday."
Get ready for a fall premiere of Queen's show as she takes another stab at daytime TV.