Thai multi-millionaire Chatri Sityodtong offers bullied 9-year-old boy with dwarfism an all-expenses-paid trip to Singapore

Thai multi-millionaire owner, Chatri Sityodtong has offered Quaden Bayles, the 9-year-old boy with dwarfism an all-expenses-paid trip to Singapore after he was bullied.


Three days ago, Bayles’s mother shared an emotional video of her son, who was born with Achondroplasia, a form of Dwarfism crying and saying he wanted to die after being bullied at school.


Now, Martial arts champion and ONE Championship founder, Chatri Sityodtong has offered to fly Quaden and his family on an all-expenses-paid trip to Singapore.


He also praised Quaden’s strength and said he would want him to be taught martial arts at his martial arts school called Evolve Mix Martial Arts.



‘I just want to let you know you have a friend out here in Asia and I know you’re going through incredible suffering and pain. I can’t imagine what you’re going through,’ Sityodtong said.


‘But I want you to know that God gives the toughest battles to his bravest and strongest soldiers and for sure you’re one of them. And I want you to know that your pain and suffering today is going to be your strength tomorrow.


‘One day you’re going to rise above and have the strength, compassion, and empathy because everything you’ve gone through to help others. I really believe it.’

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He then extended an offer to Quaden and his family to learn martial arts in his ‘bully-proof’ school.


‘I would also like to extend to you and your family an all-expenses paid trip to Singapore.

‘I own a wonderful martial arts school called Evolve Mix Martial Arts. It has an incredible children’s program that bully-proofs kids. If you have time this summer I’d love to invite you and your family as my personal guests to Singapore.’


At the end of the video, Sityodtong urged parents and children to put a stop to bullying.

‘To the parents and children out there, lets stop this bullying. Lets be kind to one another. The world needs it now more than ever.’

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Shortly after the one championship founder shared the video, Quaden’s mother took to Twitter accept the invitation

‘He has graciously accepted my invitation to come to Singapore for an all-expenses-paid vacation so Quaden can learn martial arts at EVOLVE,’ he tweeted.

This comes after American stand-up comedian, Brad Williams, who also has dwarfism set up a GoFundMe page for Quaden Bayles to send Disneyland. So far, he has generated more than $400,000 for Quaden.

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