Pop singer, dancer and anti-bullying ambassador Aleacea celebrated her super sweet 13th birthday by giving back to young girls in partnership with the Boys & Girls Atlanta on Nov. 16, 2013. The “No Mean Girlz Allowed” party welcomed girls between the ages of 8-12 from the Boys & Girls Club of Atlanta, I Am A Queen Foundation, several other community organizations and schools in the Atlanta metro area to a virtual Dollhouse to educate and encourage girls on the negative effects of bullying. The free pinktastic extravaganza began with the girls walking the red carpet while 10-year-old rolling out guest correspondent, recording artist and personality Santiago interviewed guests on their personal experiences with bullying.
Aleacea kicked off the party with a special performance of her single, “Pink,” featuring Corrine. Following Aleacea’s performance, 10-year-old Kennedy Prather bravely shared her story as a former victim of bullying with the other girls. Attendees also shared their stories, played “Rumor Control,” an anti-bullying game for kids and answered questions about bullying for a chance to win special prizes. Aleacea returned to the stage for her second performance of her hit single and anti-bullying anthem, “Mean Girlz.”
Actor and R&B heartthrob Jacob Latimore (The Black Nativity) surprised the birthday girl with a special message and commended her work as an advocate against bullying and her single “Mean Girlz.” The evening ended with guests cheering Aleacea on as she blew out the candles on her pink Hollywood star cake. Sponsors for the event included rolling out magazine, The Virgin Hair Fantasy, Goldest Karat, Bexclusives and RO Graphx. The event was a collaborative effort by The Boys & Girls Club of Atlanta, Stop Your Bullying, No Dais Off Productions and Enchanted PR. For more information about Aleacea, visit her on Twitter, Facebook or Intstagram @IamAleacea. Check out more pics below. –joi pearson @joiapearson