Nick Jonas Tweets Plea For More Love
Nick Jonas is one of millions welcoming Twitter’s new character limit.
In a series of tweets late Tuesday, the singer-actor celebrated the freedom that comes with 280 characters (even though he was confused about the actual character counts).
“Hey everyone. I just wanted to say I'm not afraid to over share anymore,” Jonas tweeted. “160 characters used to define my point of view, but now being given over 200 characters is so liberating. I feel like I should start my first 260 character post by saying everything I wanted to say before…”
And, he did.
“Okay. Real talk. Let's start with mass shootings,” Jonas tweeted. “THIS HAS TO STOP. Too many innocent lives lost. My heart breaks every time I look at the news, and see that people that showed up to pray... or go to a concert or were just f***ing walking down the street were killed. #letlovewin
“Next. Hate and or biased based on someone's race or background or religious beliefs or sexual orientation or identification... THIS MUST END. We are all one. #letlovewin"
Jonas also tweeted: “There are so many ways we can all get involved to do our part to make the world a better place, and I'm hopeful that in the coming months and years these social media platforms that give all of us a voice to make the world a better place will enable us to do our part #letlovewin.
“I love my fans/followers and friends who are also committed to doing their part to make the world a better place. You are truly amazing, and every single one of you can be apart of a move towards a beautiful world. #letlovewin."
Jonas then shared a message for people who become victims.
"To every single person effected by any and every act of violence or hate or natural disaster. Please know that I am with you. Beyond my thoughts and prayers I am making a commitment that my social media platforms will be used as a tool to find governmental and social resolutions,” he wrote.
“Being given more words to speak... means being given more responsibility. I commend @twitter for doing their part to help us all say more, which will in turn allow us to make a bigger impact globally. #letlovewin.
“It's time to make this world a better place. I know we can do it. I love you all. #letlovewin."