After a fan asked a variety of artists how they feel about bullying, New Years Day's Ash Costello and Attila frontman Chris Fronzak shared their beliefs, along with Costello reflecting on how bullying affected her.
Check out how they responded below!
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This started off as a very simple question directed to numerous people in the scene including Paramore's Hayley Williams and Black Veil Brides' Andy Biersack asking them the simple question of what they think about bullying.
Attila frontman Chris Fronzak answered first with the initial message of "PUNCH THEM IN THE FACE" before offering the advice to ignore them.
@Pezzacornell @katyperry @Ash_Costello @yelyahwilliams @andyblack @JakePittsBVB @chriscornell @JaredLeto @genesimmons @robbiewilliams PUNCH THEM IN THE FACE.— LORD SLiME (@FRONZ1LLA) May 16, 2017
Or just ignore them. Bullies leave you alone if they see that what they do doesn't affect you at all. ������
New Years Day's Ash Costello responded to Fronz by sharing how bullies have helped her become a stronger person.
@FRONZ1LLA @Pezzacornell @katyperry @yelyahwilliams @andyblack @JakePittsBVB @chriscornell @JaredLeto @genesimmons @robbiewilliams Bullies made me stronger, gave me character. Let it make you a powerhouse and learn from it, what kind of person you DONT want to be— ☠┼ Ash Costello ┼☠ (@Ash_Costello) May 16, 2017
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