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Julia Barretto and Joshua Garcia calls to stop cyberbullying

Social media can be a dangerous place for everyone, with all the online interactions we have everyday there will always be someone who will judge every single thing that you are doing. Even today’s celebrities, they are not excused from the bullies online, what’s worse is that these cyberbullies are increasing everyday.

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Julia Barretto and and Joshia Garcia learned it the hard way, and with all the cyberbullying that both have experienced, they have gotten the hang of how to react to them.

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Julia said: “Maraming nag-attempt, pero kapag nakita nilang hindi nila yun pwedeng gawin sa ‘yo, hindi sila nagsa-succeed sa plano nilang pabagsakin ka.”

“If you show them an attitude that you can’t just be treated like a certain way, they’ll step back, e. They’ll know with your aura, your confidence,” she added.

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The couple has a new campaign to stop cyberbullying with one of their endorsers. They admit that they liked the commercial that they recently made, talking about all the negative comments some netizens have flung at them.

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“Gustung-gusto ko yung commercial namin kasi napakatotoo niya sa mga nangyayari” Joshua mentioned.

“It creates awareness also. At the same time, it inspires people to have a good attitude despite the many hurtful things that people may be throwing at them.” Julia reacts.

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“It’s also important to have a couple of people who truly know the real you.”

Julia also shares how this excites her that finally there is something out there that speaks the truth about cyberbullying, and that she won’t let negative comments affect her anymore.

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“It speaks the truth. I was really excited because it showed how I was really in real life. I won’t let these things affect me and that what really matters to me are the people who truly know me and and the things I’ve been through. It’s their opinion that really matters.”

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What can you say about this new campaign against cyberbullying? Do you think this might be the start of lessening the hate on the internet? Share your thoughts, reactions, and opinions in the comments section below!

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