Actor Paul Rudd becomes a real hero to brighten up the spirits on a young boy in Colorado!
The mother of of 12-year-old Brody Ridder went on social media to post how she felt sad that hardly anyone signed her son’s yearbook. She picked him up from school and could tell Brody seemed upset. It turned out he was upset as only four people signed his yearbook despite him asking a lot of people to do so, News10.com reported. Brody’s mom expressed in elaborate detail how her son was bullied at school in the past and how it was affecting him.
After her post went viral, strangers from around the country asked Ridder to let them sign the boy’s yearbook, but Paul Rudd went one step ahead and called the boy besides sending him a letter and a gift.
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In the letter, Rudd wrote it was important to remember that even when life is tough that things get better.
“There are so many people that love you and think you’re the coolest kid there is – me being one of them! I can’t wait to see all the amazing things you’re going to accomplish.”
Paul Rudd also sent an autographed Ant-Man helmet where he wrote: “To my good friend Brody for when he takes on the WORLD!”
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