Diddy Teams Up With WWE for Anti-Bullying Campaign

Sean “Diddy” Combs has joined forces with WWE to be the spokesperson for WWE’s Be A STAR anti-bullying campaign.

Bullying has grown across the country. To spread awareness, Diddy wants to help kids stand up to bullying in schools. He will serve as an ambassador for Be a STAR to encourage kids to be more respectful and polite.

“I’m thrilled to extend my partnership with WWE and align myself with their Be a STAR, anti-bullying initiative,” Combs said. “Bullying is a very serious issue and needs to stop now.”

WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon released a statement on Diddy’s involvement in the partnership. “WWE is proud to continue its partnership with Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs and join together to put an end to bullying,” McMahon said.

In the clip, Diddy is also wearing an “Invisible Bully” T-shirt. The shirt is from Damion “D-Roc’s” Butler’s “Invisible Bully” clothing line.

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