Anti-bullying music video shoots at Cape Fear Academy

Anti-bullying music video shoots at Cape Fear Academy
Ten-year-old Jolie Montlick shooting the music video for "My Song for Taylor Swift."
Ten-year-old Jolie Montlick shooting the music video for "My Song for Taylor Swift."
Local production folks shot the anti-bullying music video.
Local production folks shot the anti-bullying music video.

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) - Teenagers in Wilmington are standing up to bullies and getting some national attention thanks to some music and a few cameras.

On Sunday, more than 100 people worked on an anti-bullying music video at Cape Fear Academy.

Ten-year-old Jolie Montlick wrote "My Song for Taylor Swift" after sitting in the front row at a Taylor Swift concert.

"Jolie heard about how when Taylor was growing up she was bullied and she grew up to be such an amazing role model and figure and the story really inspired her and she wrote this song to combat the growing epidemic of bullying," Jolie's sister, Nikki Montlick said.

Both Jolie and Nikki are members of the Ambassadors 4 Kids Club. They have appeared on national television and in public service announcements against bullying.

In the song, Jolie says she wants to be the girl to sit down with Swift when others were bullying her and to be her friend.

They hope to have people across the country see the video when it's finished to try to help convince kids not to bully others.

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