Hugh Jackman Posts Message Of Support To Boy Who's Being Bullied

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On Wednesday, an Australian mother took to Facebook to make an impassioned plea against bullying as her son, 9-year-old Quaden, begged to die after years of abuse over his dwarfism.

United States comic Brad Williams (envisioned) set up a GoFundMe web page for Quaden Bayles on Thursday after the young boy's mommy shared a video clip of him sobbing and also stating he meant to pass away. As of this writing, the legitimate fund for sending Quaden to Disneyland had raised almost $160,000 with a goal of raising $10,000.

"People need to know that it's affecting so many children, more than we know, and a lot of people don't speak out about it, they're too scared, they don't have a voice".

A 9-year-old boy in Australia who was allegedly bullied at school is getting support from strangers around the world as well as celebrities including comedian Brad Williams and actor Hugh Jackman.

Williams is hoping that his efforts will do more than just raise money, but show those who are bullied that they are worthy of receiving the good that the world has to offer. "I want to kill myself". "No matter what, you've got a friend in me".

The Indigenous All-Stars have lent their support behind nine-year-old Quaden after incredible footage emerged of him after being bullied at school, inviting him to lead them out ahead of Saturday's game against the Maori All-Stars.

Following his video offer, Sityodtong tweeted an update, saying: "I just spoke to his wonderful mom, Yarraka, over the phone".

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There's no better way to get this point across than to state it outright: A lot of people online are absolutely bad and very, very, very stupid.

Walking Dead star Jeffrey Dean Morgan also posted a video on Twitter, telling Quaden: "My man, I don't know your name, I don't know your mum's name but I saw your video, what I want you to know is you have friends, me included, I am your buddy".

His mother went on to explain the toll Quaden's bullying has had on their family, stating she had to "constantly keep an eye on him" as a result. But the boys are here and we've got your back. Let's just remember: "every person in front of us is facing some kind of battle, so let's just be kind".

His offer of support follows other sports stars such as NRL player Latrell Mitchell coming forward to speak up for Quaden. Witnessing his suffering led the mom from Brisbane to share her son's desperate story on social media in a video that has now been viewed over 10 million times.

Earlier, in her Facebook video, she described how Quaden ran to the auto "in hysterics" after taunting at school.

"Just wanted to wish you all the best brother".

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