Someone Called 9 YO Boy “Chakka” For Wearing Pink Lipstick, Cousins Gave A Befitting Reply

A Boy Exploring Feminine Side Earned Him Tag Of Chakka, Here’s How His Cousins Came To His Rescue.

Social media is a happening place and has become an important part of everyone’s life. Social media is a platform where each and everyone can share their whereabouts, express their views and also create some awareness. It is a useful platform to reach out of millions with just one post.

However, along with some advantages, there come a lot of disadvantages too. Trolling, slamming, slut-shaming, abusing has become the new trend. While some trolling does make a sense but there are a lot of people who take an undue advantage of this and troll people for no reasons.

Social media has spared no one, be it commoners, celebs, politicians and even the Kings and the Queens. But people are now used to it and know how to tackle such situations.

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The latest story is about a 9-year-old boy who was being trolled while he was exploring and expressing his feminist side. He was tagged as “CHAKKA”. It had deeply saddened him for being what he is and demotivated him.

The lil boy couldn’t do anything about this but it was his cousins who came to his rescue and gave the trollers the taste of their own medicine.

The girl named Diksha Bijlani, who is the 9-year-old boy’s cousin decided to hit back at the trollers and save his baby bro from such negativity.

She took to Twitter to post a powerful message which read:

The brave girl took it upon herself to set an example for her little brother. She rallied up the troops and did something extraordinarily special for the young boy:

She later also posted a pic with her baby brother, both were seen wearing a pink lipstick and happily posed for a selfie.

The lil boy looked so beautiful and his smile melted our hearts.

Lastly, Diksha ended the whole story by giving out an eye-opening message which read:

“SO IMPORTANT TO TELL LITTLE KIDS GENDER IS A SPECTRUM, A REPERTOIRE OF PLACES THEY CAN VISIT W/O LOSING THEIR IDENTITY. I HOPE ALL OF US TELL KIDS WE KNOW THAT THEY ARE VALID, THEY ARE ACCEPTED, & THEY ARE BEAUTIFUL TODAY. I HOPE WE DON’T BECOME THE BULLIES WE WARN THEM OF.”

Well, the attempt of Diksha and her cousins hitting back at the trolls in the most amazing way helped their baby brother and how it helped him live the way he wanted.

She took to Twitter to share an update about her Little Cuz and it is the very definition of a cherry on top:

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Great effort guys, we hope everyone will fight against such odds and fight against the world!

by Vijay Singh | Thu, Jun 21 - 02:14 PM

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