Cher Lloyd wants government to stop online bullies

September 28th, 2011 - 8:12 pm ICT by Aishwarya Bhatt  

London, Sept 28 (THAINDIAN NEWS) British singer Cher Lloyd has criticized the country’s government for not doing enough to address the issue of online bullying. The 18-year-old believes that it is the responsibility of the government to eventually help end the bully. She is a victim herself and she thinks if the issue is not addressed real soon, several people may be left bruised and battered.

The singer has suffered several online abuses and last week, a tweet threatened her mother. She revealed that she is growing strong and overcoming the abuse. However she thinks there are others out there who might not have the same strength to go on.

She told BBC’s Newsbeat that, “It disgusts me that online bullying - nobody really cares about it. No-one has made a big enough impact to stop these people. I’d definitely like to see more done about it.”

She believes if the government gets firmer on the subject it could be addressed.

The singer’s latest single was recently released. The track which is titled ‘With Ur Love’ is expected to be released in the United Kingdom on the 7th of November. She is reportedly working on her debut album in the studios.

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