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Bullied for dwarfism, his tearful message went viral. Now, strangers are sending him to Disneyland

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A GoFundMe page started by American comedian Brad Williams has raised more than $140,000 in an effort to send 9-year-old Quaden Bayles to Disneyland. A video of the child sobbing because of the bullying he’s endured has gone viral.

A 9-year-old who took the internet by storm following a viral emotional video posted on social media this week will soon be spending time at Disneyland!

TAKE THAT BULLIES! Several celebrities, including comedian Brad Williams, have raised more than $250,000 to send Quaden Bayles to Disneyland. The 9-year-old was bullied for his dwarfism.

TAKE THAT BULLIES! Several celebrities, including comedian @funnybrad , have raised more than $250,000 to send Quaden Bayles to Disneyland. The 9-year-old was bullied for his dwarfism.

Show Quaden some love! GoFundMe to send 9-year-old to Disneyland created after anti-bullying video goes viral.

'You are stronger than you know': Celebrities rally to send bullied boy to Disneyland after viral video

'You are stronger than you know': Celebrities rally to send bullied boy to Disneyland after viral video

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The world has rallied around this 9-year-old boy bullied at school for his dwarfism. Hugh Jackman posted a video telling him "you've got a friend in me," and US comedian Brad Williams has raised enough money to send him and his mom to Disneyland.

At Disneyland with kids, waiting in line for churros. Girl in front of me: “you look like Tony Hawks” me: really? her: “yes” me: Is that good? her, nonplussed: “I guess so”

this guy made a beat out of sounds he recorded at disneyland and it's ??

We are joining Disneyland workers today to say: If Disney can afford to pay its CEO up to $423 million, it can afford to pay all of its workers a living wage.

While Disney’s CEO makes up to $423 million: - 1 in 10 Disneyland workers have been homeless in the past 2 years - More than 2 in 3 are food insecure - 3 in 4 don’t make enough money to afford basic needs This isn’t what Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck are supposed to be about.

Raising their minimum wage to $15 an hour: -Amazon -Disneyland -Costco -Target Still paying poverty wages: -@Walmart Walmart is owned by the richest family in America. They must pay ALL workers a living wage.

I have a feeling ABC will not be asking on its nightly news program tonight how Disney can make $9 billion in profits while three-quarters of Disneyland employees can’t afford basic living expenses.

Great day at Disneyland with the family. Biebers and Brauns = #BEASTS 

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