WWE News: Paige And Kayla Braxton Supports Kid Suffering From Bullying
WWE superstars are role models for fans for different reasons. One of them is getting involved in different social causes and raise awareness around those. WWE even arranges funds and other help through these campaigns to help out the victim. In recent times, we saw two WWE names trying to help out a victim who is only going through his childhood days.
A video of a child named Quaden has gone viral on the internet that shows he was the victim of bullies and had also become quite tired of abusive natures of people towards her. WWE Superstars Paige and Kayla Braxton noticed this and decided to spread their hands via social media to support him.
Share the love with this sweet angel! Seriously want him to see that bullies don’t control his life and there’s a whole world out there that loves him for who he is and that’s a beautiful human being! ❤️ pic.twitter.com/g5jykciUJO
— PAIGE (@RealPaigeWWE) February 20, 2020
Paige does know a lot about how brutal the world can be. She has been a constant victim of cyber-bullying on the internet who vested personal interest to give courage to the young gun. She has spoken up for another person who could appreciate the support. Paige tweeted out after watching Quaden’s video and she expressed her wish to do much more for the kid,
“Share the love with this sweet angel! Seriously want him to see that bullies don’t control his life and there’s a whole world out there that loves him for who he is and that’s a beautiful human being!”
WWE backstage announcer and show host Kayla Braxton replied saying that watching Quaden’s video made her cry. She wanted to tell him that he’s a loved person. Kayla wanted to point out who could possibly be the one to blame for the situation. Plus, she also mentioned whether Quaden could be bought to a WWE show,
“Cried watching the video. I want to hug him and tell him he’s loved. Kids are so mean and though I don’t think it’s always the parents to blame, parents need to observe their child’s behavior when they are at home and teach that bullying is so so wrong. Lets get him to a WWE show.”
Hopefully, these tweets from Paige and Kayla Braxton will get some attention to Quaden’s case and made him stronger while fighting to bully. These could possibly change the mindset of the bully people who should change behaving like this. If WWE wants to get involved in this matter, they can certainly bring him for the “Don’t be a Bully, Be A Star” campaign.
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