Life Stars stand up for bullied boy with dwarf growth By weekster Posted on February 22, 2020 3 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ The video of the 9-year-old bullied Quaden from Australia, who went viral earlier this week, has also reached the stars. On social media, several celebrities have given their heart to the boy with dwarfism. “Quaden, you are stronger than you think mate. No matter what happens, I am your friend” Quaden’s mother recently shared a clip of her son who was in tears after a bully incident at school. “Give me a knife. I want to kill myself,” the boy said sadly. The video was shared by his mother to show the impact of bullying. Thousands of statements of support have appeared on social media. Hugh Jackman (51) sent a video to his countryman. “Quaden, you are stronger than you think mate. No matter what happens, I am your friend. Let everyone be nice to each other. Bullying is not okay. Dot. Life is hard enough already. Let’s remind ourselves that everyone does is struggling with something, so just be nice. ” Actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan (53) also writes that Quaden is his friend. “You haven’t met me yet, but maybe we can change that. Maybe your mother can send me a message. You have enough friends all over the world that you haven’t met yet. We are here and behind you. ” Actor Jon Bernthal (43) praises the boy. “You have inspired us and you are a hero in our home.” Actress Alyssa Milano (47) also shared Quaden’s video. “Let’s find this boy. Let’s send him love and appreciation.” Comedian Brad Williams (36), who himself has dwarfism, started a crowdfunding campaign to send Quaden with his mother to Disneyland. In the meantime more than 200,000 dollars have been collected, more than enough for the flights, tickets for the amusement park, food and drink and hotel accommodation. The remaining amount goes to charities that are committed to bullying and other violence.