Comic Con Recap: The Cast of “The Gifted” Speaks Out Against Bullying

By Tonka Dobreva 10.10.2017 interact

Cassie takes you behind the scenes at Comic Con and interviews the cast of Fox’s new show “The Gifted.” Watch what the actors have to say about bullying.


  1. Nikiya Cordell

    Shouldn’t nobody have to experience being bullied.. but this video is a powerful message to people that’s out there getting bullied.

  2. amari

    Its nice that i learn something

  3. Treveon

    They said some valid points about bullying and how everyone isn’t alone.

  4. Travell Jackson

    bullying is not fair everyone should be treated the same or less that person did something mean to you.
    but if they didnt do anything to you and just living life you should leave them alone

  5. Ksenia Sevostianov

    I have experienced bullying since I love reading and I really think kids shouldn’t be afraid, especially since they are far from alone!

  6. Stefan Perez

    I am not famous in any kind of way but I have experienced bullying as a bystander and a victim.
    When I was in 5th grade I was really introduced to bullying when I chilled with my friend named Julian Price, everybody called him slow, and since I was his friend they called us Gay and snark comments, but that made our bonds even stronger. His mom and my mom, and are school so what I was doing and they gave me and Julian a day at Dave and Busters. I made raps since I was young to express my emotions in a better way than anger so I made them and kept them secret. They touch on things like bullying and the world that we live in…. So I am not going to stay down I’m coming up to “Stomp Out Bullying” in my own way even if I am not famous.
    Thank you for taking the time to read this and feel the fight that we are having in our school’s and neighborhood.

  7. Daniel Cao

    I love ComicCon but I could not go this year I had school. I also want to watch The Gifted I think you guys are really cool.

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