Singer Lauren Jauregui is moving on from her Fifth Harmony days and focusing on solo music — all while spreading her message of love and acceptance in a world filled with too much hate, especially on social media. The “Expectations” songstress spoke at the Hershey Makers of Good Teen Summit on June 20 to share some seriously inspiring messages about cyberbullying, social isolation and how to spread positivity online, despite all the negativity out there. Then, she sat down with J-14 to talk about the dangers of social media, how she combats hate and what she is working on next. Watch the video above to check out everything the fabulous singer dished about her upcoming album, her past experiences with cyberbullying and so much more. Trust us when we say she’ll inspire you to spread some light on social media today!
Hershey is working hard to create a future of social inclusion and is providing grants to teens who come up with ideas for their own projects to combat social isolation. You can find more information here.
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