Quaden Bayles won an overflowing of help after his mom shared a video of him saying ‘I need to murder myself’ after he was tormented at school over his dwarfism
Famous people including Hugh Jackman have rushed to help the nine-year-old
US entertainer Brad Williams has set up a GoFundMe page to send him on vacation
Quaden has since stood up to urge others to ‘go to bat for yourself’
A phenomenal comic has raised more than $200,000 (£100,000) to send a tormented nine-year-old Australian kid with dwarfism to Disneyland after he broke hearts around the globe.
Brad Williams, who has showed up on Jimmy Kimmel Live and the Tonight Show, set up a GoFundMe page for Quaden Bayles on Thursday after the kid’s mom shared a video of him crying and saying ‘give me a rope, I need to kill myself’.
Mr Williams, who additionally has dwarfism, composed: ‘I’m setting up this GoFundMe to let Quaden realize that tormenting won’t go on without serious consequences, and that he is a superb person who merits delight.’
As of Friday, in excess of 9,000 individuals have just given to the page and raised a sum of $203,000 (£104,000).
Quaden has gotten an overflowing of help from people in general and famous people including Hugh Jackman, Mark Hamill, Eric Trump and British Paralympic swimmer Ellie Simmonds.
The nine-year-old Aboriginal kid has since stood up to urge others to ‘go to bat for yourself’ while his mom said he had gone ‘from the most exceedingly awful day of his life to the greatest day of his life’.