By Kelsey Wilkie For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 03:25 GMT, 4 March 2020 | Updated: 03:33 GMT, 4 March 2020
Quaden Bayles has delivered a heartwarming message to the bullies who made him want to take his own life.
The nine-year-old with dwarfism became a global sensation after his mum shared a distressing video of the small boy crying and saying he wanted to kill himself as a result of being the target of nasty playground taunts.
The video sparked the outpouring of support and changed young Quaden's perceptive.
He is now spreading a message of kindness and understanding.
In an emotional interview with National Indigenous Television, Quaden admits he still does not like school 'because of the bullies'.
Quaden Bayles (pictured with his mum Yarraka Bayles) has delivered a heartwarming response to the bullies who made him want to take his own life
'Because they've never seen different people before,' he said.
He went on to encourage others stop bullying.
'It's not nice when you say these rude things to other people,'
'If you see someone different just don't be rude, just smile and say hi.
'It would be good if they knew about other people who have diseases and things, and just be kind.'
The interview, which will air in full on Wednesday night, is the first sit-down interview Quaden and his mother Yarraka Bayles have agreed to since he took the world by