“The Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Gia Giudice has been caught in the middle of the drama between her mother Teresa Giudice and her uncle, Joe Gorga. She wrote a song to them both in hopes that they would stop feuding and she has lashed out several times over the drama. And now, she is doing something good with the platform she has. According to a new Wetpaint Entertainment report published on Sept. 13, “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Gia Giudice is now giving advice to people who are bullied in life.
Of course, the word “bullying” tends to get thrown around on these shows quite a bit, especially during the reunion shows. However, Gia is focusing on people her age who may be watching these shows. She wants people to stand up for what they believe in.
"With the help of my amazing friends and family, I overcame that and I knew that I wasn't 'oh, that fake person' or 'that brat.' I know I'm important and I know that I don't need that hate because no one does," Gia has revealed. And she has been in the spotlight long enough to know that people will bully you. "If you ever experience cyber-bullying or any type of bullying, stand up for yourself or tell an adult, teacher, or parent because you don't deserve to be suffering,” she added.
What do you think of her using her platform to help others?