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Larion TV Earned Support from Famous Gamers after Being Bullied Online

LARION TV – A 13-year-old kid earned dozen of support from famous streamers and gamers after being bullied on social media.

Larion TV or Larion Ebdani in real life, a young boy with a dream to save money and to help his family for streaming online while playing the famous mobile game “Mobile Legends Bang Bang” (MLBB).

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However, there are people who are bully and despise him for his physical appearance. The young kid earned criticisms from the bashers and judgmental people online.

At an early age, he didn’t miss hate speech, trash talk, and bullying from toxic and abusive people on the internet. Many bashers express hurtful words to a child who just wants to have fun and enjoy playing.

After all the bullying, many netizens, gamers, streamers express resentment shown by toxic netizens. Popular gamers, including Doggie, Choox TV, Cong TV, Eruption, veteran players, popular mobile legends teams and the king of Pinoy rap Andrew E.

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Larion rose to prominence for a few days on social media. His first live hit 40k viewers immediately. As well as his live performances, many famous gamers who joined him in the game were also impressed by his play.

Gamers encourage Larion to ignore haters and bashers when he wants to reach his dream. Gamers also talk to him and teach him about the shortcomings while playing.

As of now, the child continues to rise and more people are following him. Gamers also donates its streaming needs, such as a new cellphone, gaming chair, gaming computer and many more.

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