Chinese Christian famous pop singer G.E.M posted on her official Facebook account a video against bullying Saturday evening.
The video was about the famous British singing and rapping duo of Leondre Devries and Charlie Lenehan on their famous audition piece song "Hope" during the 2014 Britain's Got Talent.
"If you choose to bravely stand up when they are down , perhaps this is a brave move to encourage and to a lot of people! #Bullying rejected,"G.E.M. wrote as translated to English.
The post gained more than eight thousand likes from fans all over the word with comments stating they stand with the famous singer's ideals about bullying.
To recall, G.E.M. also showed stand against bullying on her famous song entitled "Heartbeat".
"When I was young I felt like no one knows me but then when I became singer and famous, I got to hear a lot of negative comments and rumors so I want to use the song to encourage them, everyday is a new day and do not be track down with these hurtful experiences," G.E.M mentioned during her Billboard interview for the song.
Aside from G.E.M., the Charlotte Hornets point guard and Christian Chinese Jeremy Lin put up a reading challenge, a charitable event called "Act to Change" to step forward against bullying,too.