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Bullied Boy, 9, Receives A Wealth Of Support And Gifts After His Crying Video Went Viral

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Bullied Boy, 9, Receives A Wealth Of Support And Gifts After His Crying Video Went Viral

You deserve much more Quaden!


A bullied nine-year-old boy has earned gifts and messages of support after his mum shared a video of him begging to kill himself since targeted over his dwarfism.

Yarraka Bayles, from Brisbane, recorded her son Quaden tearing up in the car. Quaden, with the most common type of dwarfism ‘Achondroplasia’ had told his mother: ‘Give me a rope, I want to kill myself.’

Quaden Bayles, from Brisbane, has earned gifts and messages of support after his mum shared a video of him begging to kill himself

Going all viral, Quaden and his family have been receiving encouragement and support from strangers around the world, including Australian sports stars.

An Instagram account was equally set up for the young boy and so far he has been flooded with messages of support with many internet users pledging friendship and gifts.



Quaden and his family have been receiving encouragement and support from strangers around the world, including Australian sports stars

Appreciating everyone for the uplifting well-wishes, Quaden and his family recently issued a statement.

‘The Quaden Bayles family would like to take this time to firstly appreciate everyone for their overwhelming love and support from many people all around the world.’

Quaden pictured with Latrell Mitchell, an indigenous All-Stars Player, who wore a South Sydney Rabbitohs jersey after signing for the 2020 season



‘Due to the massive volume of messages, we are unable to respond to each at this as we will need time to process as a family and would like to ask that media respect the family’s wishes, not taking calls, but will be speaking to First Nations Media only at this time.’

He received support from people all over the world, including Hugh Jackman and the Indigenous All Stars rugby team

‘Once again, a big thank you to everyone. Quaden’s feeling the love and presently he needs a good rest. We are meeting with appropriate people in power to make changes as well as make a stand against bullying.’ The release reads.



Quaden, with the most common type of dwarfism ‘Achondroplasia’ has told his mother: ‘Give me a rope, I want to kill myself’

Since uploaded (the video) a few days back, Quaden has been awarded to lead the Indigenous All Stars NRL Team into Cbus Stadium on the Gold coast in a match with Maori All-Stars.

Quaden also snapped with Latrell Mitchell, an indigenous All-Stars Player, who wore a South Sydney Rabbitohs jersey after signing for the 2020 season. Mitchell is teammates with Quaden’s uncle James Roberts, who’s also on the All-Stars Team.

‘Hey Quadey, I just want to wish you all the best, brother. We know you are going through a difficult time right now, but the boys are forever here. We have got your back and we’re here to support you, buddy.’

‘We will make sure you are doing alright. We want you always around and we want you to lead us down on the weekend. It’s going to mean a lot then it will to you. Ensure you’re looking after yourself and hopefully we get to see you in the next couple of days.’



‘Quaden’s feeling the love and presently he needs a good rest. We are meeting with appropriate people in power to make changes as well as make a stand against bullying’



Ms. Bayles, however, uploaded the video publicly on Facebook in order to raise awareness about the effect of bullying. She revealed she normally tries to keep disturbing moments, including private life but felt she’s left with no choice but to go all public.

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