Bullied 9-year-old boy set to have time of his life as comedian Brad Williams raises N80m to send him to Disneyland
- $221,000 has been raised for a nine-year-old boy Quaden Bayles to be sent to Disneyland after a distressing video emerged online
- Quaden, who has a form of dwarfism, has suffered incessant bullying in school and could be seen in the video crying and saying he wants to die
- American comedian Brad Williams set out to raise $10,000 for Quaden through a GoFundMe campaign, but the campaign has raised $221,000
Following a distressing video of a 9-year-old victim of bullying Quaden Bayles, American comedian Brad Williams has raised $221,000 (N80,333,500) to send Quaden to Disneyland.
In the video, Quaden, an Australian national, could be seen crying and wanting to commit suicide as a result of incessant incidents of bullying in school because he has a form of dwarfism.
Legit.ng gathers that the video was posted by Quaden's mother Yarraka Bayles so that people would understand the effects of bullying, and the video has generated a lot of reactions.
Brad decided to raise $10,000 (3,635,000) through a GoFundMe campaign to help send Quaden and his mother from Australia to Disneyland in California, but the campaign has raised $221,000 as at the time of filing this report.
Apart from Brad who decided to put a smile on Quaden's face, other people have reached out to the boy to shower him with love and to tell him how amazing he is.
According to Brad, any money left over after the trip is paid for will be donated to anti-bullying charities.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Allison Flowers, a Central High School senior had been accepted to 23 different colleges with over $400,000 (N145,400,000) in scholarships.
The teen prodigy has always loved going to school from an early age and now all her hard work is paying off.
Reflecting on her achievements, Flowers said she wishes her grandfather were alive to witness her accomplishments and see her graduate.
Although she was too young at the time to remember, Allison’s grandfather, who passed away when she was in 11th grade taught her never to give up on her dreams regardless of the setbacks she would encounter.
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