Zendaya Offers Modeling Job to Twitter User After She was Body Shamed

I love sharing stories like this! Over the weekend, actrees, singer and dancer, Zendaya stumbled upon a young women’s social media account @_illestCee and learned she was recently a victim of body shaming by a man on Twitter.

Using her platform for betterment, she took to twitter to offer this beauty a modeling job for her clothing line, Daya by Zendaya.

“Can we find her @….I’d love for her to be a @dayabyzendaya model,” she tweeted. When fans read this tweet many came together to help the actress in her search to track down this young girl named Ciera.

As for Ciera, this turned into her dream come true. “I’m really speechless right now because becoming a plus size model has been my number one goal,” she tweeted.

Hats off to Zendaya for standing up to cyber bullying and for sticking up for someone who was being mistreated.  Sometimes, those who don’t stick up for others and accept the poor behavior are just as guilty as those doing the bullying.  Great job Zendaya, we’re big fans over here!

 

 

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About the Author: Shannon Lazovski

Shannon is one of Detroit’s top social media influencers, a fashion leader and a beauty buff who exudes professionalism and knowledge on all three subjects. She is the CEO of The Lazov Agency and the owner of glamorousmoms.com & detroitfashionnews.com. She loves to promote products and brands she adores and is a trusted voice. Shannon has been awarded the Elite 40 under 40 award and has been featured on Fox 2 Detroit, WDIV Channel 4, Styleline Magazine and Metro Parent Magazine. When you meet her, ask her about her handbag and shoe collection!

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