Vinny From 'Jersey Shore' Joins Anti-Bullying Push

Vinny From 'Jersey Shore' Joins Anti-Bullying Push-photo

The celebrity campaign to put an end to bullying continues, and kicking off this week is a video from Jersey Shore nice guy, Vinny Guadagnino.

In the video filmed for MTV's A Thin Line and Facebook's Network of Support, Vinny tackles the subject of teens being bullied for being gay by saying the he and his Shore crew would never do such a thing. Sporting a backwards hat and black tank-top, Vinny declares:

"If you've ever seen our show, you know that things can get a little wild at the shore. But no matter how out of hand things get, you'll never see us making fun of somebody for who they are or who they choose to love, especially if they're lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender.

Vinny continues, adding that "the hating has got to stop," and that "hateful comments are ignorant."

In recent weeks following the suicide of Rutgers student Tyler Clementi, celebrities across the world have made videos condemning bullying. Everyone from Demi Lovato to Daniel Radcliffe have spoken their minds on the issue so far.

Who would you like to see make an anti-bullying video? Let us know in the comments!

 

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  • buffbAwell
    buffbAwell

    Ya, what about ugly chicks vinny?

  • Slippery
    Slippery

    Whatabout Grenades