Before Quaden Bayles stepped into the limelight, touching hearts of million after being bullied over dwarfism, his elder sister had made the headlines as a model and as an aboriginal activist.
Guyala Bayles has again topped the news, coming all out to support her nine-year-old brother after footage of him begging for a rope to kill himself went viral.
Guyala, 20, took to Instagram to upload a photo of her alongside her sibling hitting back at trolls who had targeted him.
‘I say F***k the haters and bullies. You are the strongest, coolest, sweetest and smartest kid I have ever known. You are not alone and we are all here for you brother.’ Guyala captioned the photo.
Aside from sticking up for Quaden, Guyala a fashion model has a long history, campaigning for Aboriginal problems and known as an Anti-Australia Day Activist.
In January, Guyala had shared a video of herself criticizing the national day, urging the government to eliminate the ceremony.
‘There are more significant things to talk about than changing dates. I will say abolish the whole thing altogether and focus your energy on why our children are still being taken away, why there are several unexplained Aboriginal death cases in custody.’ Guyala had written.
She continued: ‘Why our children are killing themselves at an early age, why the incarceration rate is gradually increasing, why so much health problems, why we don’t live a healthy life, why alcohol and drug rate is on the increase, why racism is still alive and why the government aren’t engaging with Aboriginal people.’
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