Bullied boy leads out rugby team in front of thousands of fans

Bullied boy leads out rugby team in front of thousands of fans

- Young Quaden Bayles is continuing to receive great attention after a video of him in distress over bullies hit the internet

- The 9-year-old saw his dream come true when he led his native home rugby side onto the pitch

- The crowd cheered as he came out to the pitch accompanied by the all-star native rugby team that he supports

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The story of young Quaden Bayles, a 9-year-old Australian kid with dwarfism- who was frequently bullied by his peers, is continuing to touch the lives of many around the world.

The little one is saying goodbye to the life of bullying and suffering rejection among peers, to complete joy and affection shown by millions around the globe who are willing to make his world a better place.

The young man, a huge rugby fan, saw his dream come true when he led a rugby side from his native home onto the pitch.

Quaden: Bullied Australian boy leads out all-star rugby team in front of thousands of fans

According to the BBC, the game was an all-star match held in Queensland, Australia.

The crowd received him with cheers and applause as he walked out with the indigenous all-star team, something that he would have only dreamt of.

Quaden has received a lot of support from various people including celebrities living with dwarfism and even rappers such as Cardi B.

The Bodak Yellow hitmaker defended the young man after more videos emerged allegedly suggesting the boy was living a lavish life.

The rapper said that may have been a move the parents used to show him a good life and avoid him breaking down.

Comedian Brad Williams, who is also dwarf, opened up a Go Fund Me account where people donated over Ksh 15 million as he organised for the boy and the mother to go to Disney Land.

The money collected was just a day worth with more donations coming in by the minute which will also be focused on anti-bullying and anti-abuse charities.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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