Two compassionate students agreed on bringing to school their personal clothes to give a freshman who was bullied.
Starting school at Martin Luther King College Prep in Memphis, Tennessee, Micheal Todd was attacked by his cruel classmates who teased him over his appearance.
The bullies said Micheal was wearing the same outfit every day, but the freshman, on the other hand, explained he didn’t have many clothes, adding that his mom couldn’t get some for him because he was ‘growing too fast.’
Micheal Todd was attacked by his cruel classmates who teased him over his appearance
a heart of kindness, two of the school’s senior students, both in a football
team agreed to give Micheal several bags of their personal clothes. Antwain
Garrett and Kristopher Graham reached a consensus and gathered clothes and
pairs of new
shoes from their closets.
acknowledged that he had been among the bullies, but realized the mistake of
his ways. Speaking to WHBQ-TV,
Graham said: ‘When I saw that he was being bullied and laughed at, I felt like I
needed to do something. So I got him some brand new shoes and other important
Graham acknowledged that he had been among the bullies, but realized the mistake of his ways
with Antwain, the two caring students stuffed a box with full new clothes and
their personal items, before delivering it to Micheal in the hallway.
wasn’t smiling and I was like I think this is going to make you happy. We’re in
the same third period and I apologized for laughing at him and gave him the
items as a way of making up.’ Graham added.
The entire scenario was filmed/documented by another student and shared to social media. The sharer, Twann Lovee captioned it ‘We Did It Out Of Love, Not For Clout.’
The two caring students stuffed a box with full new clothes and their personal items, before delivering it to Micheal
Micheal told USA today ‘It was the best day of my entire life combined. Appreciating
the boys, he added, ‘ You guys are the best guys in my entire life.’
Other people, however, gifted Micheal with their own donations after hearing the news.