- Quaden Bayles came to the limelight after his mother recorded a video of him contemplating taking his own life after he was bullied in school
- His star continues to shine as he was over the weekend treated to a new wardrobe makeover by Culture King at Pacific Fair store
- The little man could be seen picking new clothes and shoes from the store looking all happy
Quaden Bayles has acquired a new wardrobe for himself after from Culture King after his news went viral.
Bayles whose video went viral after being bullied in school was invited to the popular shop where he picked new shoes and clothes.
Posting on Facebook, Culture shared a video of the little man in the selecting shoes and clothes and he looked happy.
In the video, Bayles is seen being picked by the store's van and walks into the Pacific Fair shop for his treat.
Inside the store, the little man shows off his perfect dribbling skills with two basketball balls.
After showing off his skills, Bayles rocks a Philadelphia swimming singlet as he bids the shop attendants goodbye.
He leaves the premises with a man carrying a huge bag with his new acquired bag heading back to the van.
The store described the little man as the coolest kid they have ever met in their Facebook caption.
"We want everyone who walks through the doors of our stores to have an amazing time like Quaden did at Pacific Fair store this weekend! Let me tell you, this is the coolest 9-year-old kid I have ever met! Kids got game too," read the stores post.
Recently, 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.
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.
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!