QUEENSTOWN, Md.- Thirteen-year-old Mckinsey Siwald of Queenstown made her own video as a message to the kids who bullied her at school. And the message was loud and clear.
"I just thought that maybe if somebody else saw it, it would help them and just make people realize that bullying is not cool or funny," Mckinsey said.
Posted only a month ago, the video has gone viral and is getting hundreds of hits every day from across the nation. Mckinsey said her message has even reached overseas.
"Africa...and even the Virgin Islands have seen it," Mckinsey said.
Her video even caught they attention of country music star Taylor Swift, who sent Mckinsey a personal message.
"It showed me how nice and thoughtful she is and I am really thankful because she is the only reason I made the video," Mckinsey said.
Her anti-bullying video is making a difference at her school in Centreville, Md. She hopes it can inspire and help others like her.
"Its helped a lot of people in our community and I am hoping it will help even more," Mckinsey said.
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