Fifth Harmony’s Normani Kordei is back on Twitter with an anti-bullying message we fully support

Can we get a fancy hand clap, two-step combo to welcome Normani Kordei back to Twitter? The Fifth Harmony singer resurfaced on the social media site one month after trolls attacked her for supposedly shading fellow group member Camila Cabello. *huge eye roll*


After responding to those totally lame accusations, Kordei decided to press pause on tweeting (which we totally understand). However, we’re so relieved that she decided to come back and make her social media presence known with a huge, positive anti-cyberbullying statement that will help to overshadow any signs of negativity.

On Sept. 13, Kordei tweeted about teaming up with Cybersmile Foundation as its new Diversity Ambassador, which aims to stop online bullying. She made her announcement in a short video by explaining how she benefitted from her social media break and encouraging others to share their experiences.

"No one has the right to make where you go or what you do uncomfortable," Kordei said. "It's important to stand up to all forms of bullying, and it's even more important for those who are around you to be just as courageous and stand with you! Together we can put an end to the hate and promote only positivity and love."

Welcome back, Normani. We wholeheartedly approve this message and are all the way on board with the movement.