‘Glasses are cool’: Boy teased for wearing spectacles at school; celebrities to politicians join in to cheer him

In a heartwarming gesture, individuals across the globe rallied behind somewhat boy who was bullied for sporting spectacles. Now, the overwhelming assist has not solely touched the boy and his household however has additionally delighted individuals on Twitter, who’ve been saying: “There’s nonetheless goodness in humanity left”.

Six-year-old Musa lately refused to put on his glasses. After his dad and mom bought to know that he was being laughed at and bullied for sporting the glasses, his father determined to ask Twitterati their opinion. And other people on social media absolutely didn’t disappoint. From actors, journalists, cricketers and even ministers tweeting to cheer him up.

The boy from London shared a message for all, thanking them for the assist and stated he doesn’t thoughts sporting glasses any longer. “Whoever wears glasses, I really like them,” Musa stated in a video message. “I’m am very blissful…the feedback made me blissful and began sporting glasses once more,” he added in a perky clip.

The boy and his mom additionally spoke to a Pakistani information channel expressing his delight and grateful for all of the constructive vibe.


It began when his father Musa Ali Zeeshan took to Twitter to ask for individuals’s assist asking what individuals take into consideration him in glasses. “That is my son Musa, from previous couple of days he’s very upset as a result of a few of his faculty mates stated; you look worst in glasses, he’s hesitant to put on glasses anymore. I instructed him let’s ask the world. Doesn’t he seems nice in glasses too?” he requested.

Quickly, the tweet began getting numerous consideration on-line and folks from India and Pakistan got here collectively to cheer him up with many referring to superheroes sporting eyewears to spice up his confidence.

Musa’s father additionally thanked everybody for his or her “overwhelming response,” and shared that he confirmed a number of the feedback to his son. “Can’t clarify how blissful he’s,” he wrote in an replace later.

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