Lucy Hale goes to bat for Abercrombie & Fitch’s new anti bullying campaign


So it's a little on the hypocritical side that Abercrombie & Fitch is launching a Anti-Bullying Campaign, right? I mean this is the same company where the CEO straight up said they were not making clothes for the "bigger" people which is in a way bullying. 

When country new comer said she was joining forces with the brand to help promote this some of her fans questioned it saying they didn't think it was right to support a company that blatantly disrespected a certain type of person. Lucy defended her decision quite abruptly(and politely for the most part) saying she was passionate about the overall cause.  She also said this:


So what do YOU think about Lucy's decision?

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