Viral Video: A 9-yr-old son breaking down after being bullied shared by a Woman. Boy Finds Support on Internet
Recently, a video went viral on social media, in which a nine-year-old son can be seen while breaking down after being bullied at school and the video ...
Recently, a video went viral on social media, in which a nine-year-old son can be seen while breaking down after being bullied at school and the video was shared by his mother.
An Australian woman has shared a distressing video of her son in which he's crying and saying he wants to commit suicide after being subject to persistent bullying at his school.
His mother named, Yarraka Bayles has posted the video on Facebook which is nearly about of five-minutes. She has written in the caption, "This is the impact of bullying! I seriously don't know what else to do."
Yarraka's son whose name is Quaden is 9-year-old and he was born with achondroplasia, which subsequently results in dwarfism.
This viral video was recorded by her in her car after she picks Quaden up from school.
One can see that in the video, her boy is crying uncontrollably while saying, "I just want to stab myself in the heart. I want someone to kill me."
Yarraka, felt breaking down and narrated her plight in this video and she said:
"I just picked my son up from school, witnessed a bullying episode, rang the principal and I want people to know this is the effect bullying has. This is what bullying does. So, can you please educate your children, your families, your friends because all it takes is one more instance. And you wonder why kids are killing themselves."
She added more as Quaden said, "Give me a rope. I want to kill myself."
"This is the impact bullying has on a nine-year-old kid who just wants to go to school, get an education and have fun but every single day something happens. Another episode, another bullying, another taunt, another name-calling."
Ever since the women have posted his video on social media, the video has been viewed over 17 million times in only two days.
To react to this video, users have filled the comments section of the post with support messages for Yarraka Bayles and Quaden.
To show support a user wrote:
"Sending hugs and strengths. People need to control their kids. He doesn't deserve to feel this way about going to school. He deserves a safe place. So sorry."
Another comment read, "My heart. You are a beautiful boy who is loved dearly".
The Daily Mail reports:
While speaking to the Courier-Mail in 2019, Yarraka Bayleshad said that Quaden had tried to kill himself three years ago when he was six-year-old.