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Ananya Panday and ‘The Vamps’ guitarist James McVey to get vocal on social media bullying

The live session will be hosted on May 8 at 7 pm

Published: 06th May 2020

Ananya Panday has invited ‘The Vamps’ guitarist James McVey on her ‘So Positive’ platform to raise awareness about social media bullying. The live session will be hosted on May 8 at 7 pm.

James McVey, lead guitarist of the British band ‘The Vamps’, is known globally for spreading social media positivity. His collaboration with Ananya will shed light on the issue and help individuals dealing with social media bullying.

Talking about his appearance on Ananya’s show, James shared, “During this difficult time we find ourselves using social media more than ever. When I was at the receiving end of bullying I felt isolated and alone. Regardless of where you live or your background, it’s important to remember that you are never alone. Millions of others are going through the same traumatic experience and I believe together we further the conversation and join the fight to end bullying. I’m looking forward to speaking with Ananya on ‘So Positive’ to learn more about her experiences.”

Ananya said social media bullying is an evil that people face every day on numerous platforms.

“I’m glad that James McVey and I will be fighting this evil together in our own small way. The world is going through a difficult time, currently and it is even more important than ever to be kind to everyone around and spread positivity. So Positive has been creating awareness through different ways and our aim continues to be to negate the spread of social media bullying by spreading positivity all across. I’m really looking forward to this insightful exchange with James,” she said

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