Actress and singer Zendaya insists her main purpose in everyday life is to share important messages with your ex peers.

The 19-year-old rose to fame on Disney Channel series Shake It Up and, while she wants to perform, the star believes she cannot be selfish back with her fame.

“I don’t just sing, dance, and act because I love it,” she told the US edition of Glamour. “You need a purpose, and mine would be to connect with the globe, to have across messages which can be important. I’d much rather be renowned for leaving somewhat stamp of positivity using one person’s life than for the past project that I did.”

One on the issues near to Zendaya’s heart is raising awareness about AIDS and also this summer, the star intentions to travel to the International AIDS Conference in South Africa to supply a speech included in her ongoing use the UNAIDS organisation.

However, Zendaya can be just as keen to indicate the virus can strike anyone in different country and encourages people of nearly every age to get regular health checks.

“AIDS may affect everyone,” she explained. “If I can ensure it is cool for younger people to buy a clear handbag, maybe I can help it become cool harmless, protect yourself, get tested – person to love yourself.”

Zendaya’s fans understand the star like a real inspiration, plus the teen doesn’t take this with no consideration, doing her wise to stand up for teenagers’s rights whenever she could.

“It’s so amazing to see a generation of girls who are starting to be comfortable inside their skin, within their hair, muscle strength,” she smiled. “It’s an attractive thing.”