It wasn’t long ago that Diddy performed at WWE’s big “Wrestlemania” pay-per-view, and it looks like the two are continuing their relationship through the company’s anti-bullying program. The initiative is called Be A STAR, which stands for “Show Tolerance And Respect.”

According to WWE’s website, the initiative promotes positive methods of social interaction and encourages people to treat others as equals and with respect – because everyone is a star in their own right.

The program sends several WWE superstars to schools and community centers around the county to speak with students about bullying issues. The celebs also share their own personal stories about how they were once victims of bullying.

Props to Diddy for getting involved with such a great cause. Other celebrities who participate in Be a STAR events include James Durbin and Jordin Sparks.