Kesha has joined forces with Hack Harassment to help once and for all put an end to online harassment and cyberbullying.
The 29-year-old pop sensation appears in a 30-second public service announcement created by the organization to raise awareness and show the real life affect tormenting behind a screen has on adolescents.
“We are very proud to partner with Kesha to develop and support this important PSA,” said in an official statement by Chris Loo, Director of Hack Harassment. “By sharing her perspective on the widespread consequences of online harassment, Kesha is helping Hack Harassment raise additional awareness around a critically important issue so that we can reduce the severity and impact of harassment and abuse online.”
After reading several examples of actual online bullying in the PSA, Kesha urges people to “speak up” because “saying nothing says everything.” The cause hits home for the “TiK ToK” singer, who was recently involved in a legal battle with her former producer, Dr. Luke, following allegations of physical, verbal and sexual abuse.
“No one, regardless of their identity, background or beliefs, should be subjected to harassment online,” Kesha spoke of the latest partnership. I look forward to working with Hack Harassment and its partners to help raise awareness of this important issue in order to bring about more inclusive and safer online communities.”
You can view the full PSA below.