Comedian raises $200,000 to send bullied boy with dwarfism to Disneyland

A stand-up comic has increased over $200,000 (#100,000) to deliver a bullied nine-year-old Australian boy with dwarfism to Disneyland later he broke hearts across the globe.

Brad Williams, who’s appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live and the Tonight Show, establish a GoFundMe page for Quaden Bayles on Thursday following the boy’s mother shared with a movie of him yelling and saying’give me a rope, I would like to kill myself’.

Wrote:’I am setting this up GoFundMe to allow Quaden to understand that he is and that bullying won’t be tolerated.’

As of Friday, more than 9,000 individuals have already contributed to the webpage and increased a total of almost 240,000 Australian dollars (#104,000 or US $159,000).

Quaden has received an outpouring of assistance from the General Public and celebrities such as Mark Hamill, Hugh Jackman, Eric Trump and British Paralympic swimmer Ellie Simmonds.

The Aboriginal boy has spoken out to support other people to’stand up for yourself’ while his mum said he’d gone’in the day of his entire life’.

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