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The tweets are part of an online campaign by Invisible Children to raise awareness about Kony's barbaric practices and human rights violations in Uganda. The charity has created a 30-minute viral video called Kony2012 with the goal of making people as aware of Joseph Kony as they are of the 2012 presidential candidates. The video currently has close to 10 million views on YouTube.
Celebs like Lauren Conrad and Ashley Tisdale have simply tweeted #StopKony, while Bieber retweeted a message from 'Never Say Never' director Jon Chu. Meanwhile, Ryan Seacrest, Jasmine Villegas and more have vocalized their thoughts on Kony via Twitter, too.
Read what the stars have to say below:
@ChloeGMoretz: So exciting how much improvement we've made for
@stonenobrien (Emma Stone): KONY 2012 vimeo.com/37119711
Let's make a difference and STOP KONY!!!- JASMINE V (@JASMINEVILLEGAS) March 7, 2012
@whitneyEVEport: The power of the internet... http://bit.ly/AtM5UM #kony2012
@iharryshum: Morning everyone! #stopkony is trending. Get into the know and make him famous. Share w/ your parents, friends & EVERYONE kony2012.com
@CallanMcAuliffe: Oh hey, seal team six? Yeah theres this guy named "Joseph Kony"...
@zach_roerig: Please watch and retweet this video! Get involved and spread the word! #stopkony