AceShowbiz - A lot of celebrities are rallying to Bella Thorne after she was caught in nude photos scandal a few days ago. Lucy Hale, Zendaya Coleman and Logan Paul are among those who sent support to the former Disney darling, after she posted a video of herself crying over backlash for defying the hacker who threatened to post the explicit photos by posting them on her own account.
Bella posted a slew of screencaps of supportive and encouraging messages from fellow celebrities who applauded her for her bravery to speak up. "Good for you baby girl. I'm so proud of you for speaking up," Lucy wrote to the "Midnight Sun" actress. "This breaks my heart. But you're making a difference for other girls and women!"
Lily-Rose Depp also sent her positive messages through her direct message. "Proud of you for what you did and how you're speaking out about it. You're absolutely right and anyone who's saying other wise is just wrong, living in another century, and clearly completely unconcerned by what repercussions words like that might have as it relates to young people and how they view their sexualities and bodies," the daughter of Johnny Depp said. "Sending u love and I would've done the same thing !!!!!!"
Meanwhile, Logan said he felt "empathic" over what Bella had gone through. "you're a real bad b***h. like you're a f***ing bada**," the YouTube personality said in his message. "When ur friends come out of the woodworks to support u is all u need to be brave. PART ONE and thank u @dovecameron for speaking up SO much on this matter and posting on your grid," Bella captioned the post.
Meanwhile in the part two, Bella attached screenshots of messages of support from Dove Cameron and Zendaya among others. On her Twitter account, Dove wrote, "where is the support for young women. i love women. everyone should love women. don't be an a**hole! sexuality is part of being HUMAN. but judgment (sic) and objectification is not. ugh, i can't handle to ugly." She also slammed "The View" co-host Whoopi Goldberg who blasted Bella for posting her own nudes on her Twitter account to get back at the hacker. "@WhoopiGoldberg please, be better. i don't even have any kind words for you," conluded Dove.
Zendaya wrote, "Just a reminder that you are strong and courageous and beautiful inside and out." The "Spider-Man: Far From Home" actress went on writing, "You f***ing broke my heart with that damn ig post but anyway, just being a f***ing sap right now lmao just letting you know you're a light and I'm super proud. Love you."
This arrives after Whoopi criticized Bella in recent episode of her morning talk show. She appeared to blame the actress for the hacker's threat, stating, "I don't care how old you are... you don't take nude photos of yourself."
In response to that, the "Blended" star took to Instagram on Tuesday, and during an emotional video she said, "Shame on you Whoopi. Shame on you for putting that public opinion out there like that for every young girl to think that they're disgusting for even taking a photo like that. Shame on you."
Crying as she spoke, Bella added, "I'm not gonna lie, I want to say I feel pretty disgusting, ya know... I feel pretty disgusting, Whoopi. Knowing everyone seen my s**t (sic). And I just want to say that me watching this interview (sic) made me feel bad about myself. And I hope you're happy. I hope you're so f***ing happy."