Korn’s Jonathan Davis wants kids to know it’s okay not to fit in
Korn singer Jonathan Davis wants to assist those impacted by bullying and suicidal thoughts, and he’s kicked off a special campaign to help. Davis and Merchful have joined forces to fashion a T-shirt that depicts the slogan “Freaks Do It Better.”
A part of the proceeds from sales of the “Freaks Do It Better” T-shirt will go to organizations that fight against bullying, including the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and Stomp Out Bullying.
“As you know, bullying is something a lot of people have to deal with and many times that type of harassment leads to suicide,” Davis stated on his official Facebook page. “Let’s help shine a light on this crap, let’s be weird, let’s be different, but always be yourself. Let’s see how many people we can get behind this movement.”
Here’s the run: The “Freaks Do It Better” T-shirt will only be on sale for two weeks. The shirt is currently available via the Merchful website.
Korn’s latest studio album, “The Serenity of Suffering,” dropped in 2016. The guys have been touring in support of the set since its release. “The Serenity of Suffer” marked original Korn guitarist Brian “Head” Welch’s second album back with the guys, the first being 2013’s “The Paradigm Shift.”
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