Celebrities rally to send Quaden to Disneyland after bullying video goes viral

Quaden Bayles, a nine-year-old boy in Australia, bullied at schools for his dwarfism. He says this, back of his mother’s car “Give me a knife, I want to kill myself.”

Yarraka Bayles, his mother, posted the heartbreaking Live video on Facebook to promote awareness of the result of bullying. She lives in the Australian state of Queensland, Australia. In the video, she said that her son, Quaden, had before attempted suicide.


She said in the video that that was what bullying do. Could they educate their children, their families and friends?
His video has gone viral on social media and has been viewing more than 16 million since Tuesday. Bayles has been receiving support from all our the world, according to CNN affiliate Seven News.

She said she posted the video because the bullying is constant and Quaden has tried suicide several times.

Hugh Jackman and Brad Williams response

Among them, an Australian actor Hugh Jackman posted a message to Twitter and said that he had got a friend in him.

Hugh Jackman is an Australian singer, producer, and actor and best famous for playing Wolverine in the X-Men film series.
He said that Quaden, he was stronger than he knew, mate. He requested that be kind to each other and stop bullying.

US comedian, Brad Williams has raised almost $170,000 for him and his mother. He is using the money to buy a house in Disneyland in California.
Williams said on the fundraising page that that was not just for Quaden that was for anyone who had been bullied in their lives and told they had not been good enough. Let’s show Quaden and others that there was good in the worth and they were worthy of it.

Quaden Bayles has been suffering from a condition called achondroplasia dwarfism since birth. It is a state in which arms and legs are short. Her mother set up a charity to promote awareness and stop bullying, according to Seven News.

Indigenous All-Stars fullback Latrell Mitchell said that he wanted to wish him all the best brother. He knew Bayles was going through a hard time then, but the boys were there. He had got your back and he was there to support him.

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