As a follow-up to her 2014 single, “Bye Bye,” Cameron returned to the studio with a new sound and a new message with “Wrong #,” a song that encompasses the WWE Diva’s personal campaign to fight cyberbullying of all kinds.
“Cyberbullying has become a huge epidemic, and it’s turned social media into a place for people to spread negativity when it should be a place to lift people up,” Cameron told WWE.com about her mission to shine a spotlight on hurtful behavior online. “I speak with my fans a lot, and they’re the ones who inspire me. They’ve shared their stories with me, and it made me think, ‘You know what? Let me do something to raise awareness about this, but do it in a fun way through music.’”
Cameron’s anti-cyberbullying campaign kicked off in a big way this weekend with the lyric video for “Wrong #,” which features fan-submitted photos and artwork.
“The song is my sassy way of saying, ‘Hey, for every hater, there is a believer. And if you’re not about positivity, you have the wrong number.’ That’s the message,” Cameron said.
To watch the “Wrong #” lyric video (feat. Lovely), visit Cameron’s YouTube channel by clicking here. To learn more about Cameron’s campaign, below.
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The Inside Scoop: Ariane Andrew
Lift Every Voice got the chance to chat with the WWE's Cameron aka Ariane Andrew. And she has so much in store for her fans this month! From music, to wrestling and so much more, she's keeping the focus on her career more than ever. In lieu of Anti-Bullying month, Ariane has launched her "Wrong Number" campaign.
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I want to invite you to join me in bringing awareness to anti-bullying. As I'm sure you are aware that cyber-bullying has become an overwhelming epidemic throughout the internet and social media.
With me being in the public eye and on TV, the negative comments and opinions are never ending. I want to support underdogs like myself, and share my message about what I have gone though and what it takes to win.
I am not superwoman, but I want to do whatever is possible to bring awareness and change. Even if I am only able to touch just one persons heart, that's enough of a reason for me to do this.
My message is "FOR EVER HATER THERE IS A BELIEVER", if you're not about positivity, you have the "Wrong Number". I created this campaign to send a message to our youth about bullying. I want to motivate our youth to stand up for themselves and ignore all the naysayers who use social media to put others down.
So, get involved! Whether you have been bullied or not, there are so many ways to get involved:
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1.) Use my #wrongnumber campaign as a way to bring awareness by sharing your story and how your overcame it, or endure it.
2.) Share your experience with your followers, by simply tagging 5 people and encouraging them to share their stories and #wrongnumber
- Share your experience on your Twitter, IG, and FB account don't forget to #TAG5PPL #everbeenbullied*
3.) If you don't have a personal bullying experience!
By simply posting one of these pictures
Or one of these videos
And just like that........
You have helped bring awareness
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#WRONGNUMBER TEESPRING CAMPAIGN
The campaign starts in September through October, supplies will be limited on a first come first served basis.
100% of proceeds will be donated to Stop Bullying Now.
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