Because of school bullies boy with dwarfism asked her mother a rope “to hang himself”

Devastated mother shared in social networks eerie shots on which her 9-year-old son, who suffers from achondroplasia, asks to give him the rope “to hang himself” — all because of mocks him and his classmates. The woman explained that through the video hopes to attract public attention to bullying in school and the irreparable damage they can cause to a child.

On the recording, published by Arakai Bales from Brisbane (Australia), her son Kwaidan, which she just got from school crying and says he wants to commit suicide.

“I just want to stab yourself with a knife in the heart. — sobbing boy — Let me kill someone. Give me the rope I’ll hang myself”.

“We try to hold on, think positive and think only good thoughts, — adds his mother, referring to the audience — but that’s what bullying can do with 9-year-old child.”

This is the impacts of bullying! I seriously don’t know what else to do! 😭

Geplaatst door Yarraka Bayles op Dinsdag 18 februari 2020

“This boy just wants to go to school, get an education and enjoy life, and yet every day without fail something terrible is happening”.

Since then, as the video appeared in the network, it has already been seen over 20 million times. Caden received hundreds of messages of support — including from the stars of “X-Men” Hugh Jackman and comedian brad Williams has started a campaign on GoFundMe to pay the boy and his mother’s trip to the American Disneyland.

“I want to take Kadena with my mom in the States to book their place in the hotel and drive to Disneyland. — wrote Williams, who was also born with achondroplasia, the page for fundraising — It’s not just for him but for all who have ever suffered from other people’s ridicule.”

“Let’s show Quaden that the world is good — and he deserves it.”


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