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WARNING: 12-Year-Old Boy Brain Dead After Doing New TikTok Trend

In today’s world, I’d be a nervous mess if I were a parent of a teenager. My daughter is 30 and I’m a nervous mess.

So, my heart goes out to those of you who are currently raising teens and small children.

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From bullies to scammers to these ludicrous and dangerous “challenges,” social media is a crapshoot for young people who believe they are invincible and are unaware of the dangers.

The only way for parents to know what their children are doing online is to keep a constant eye on them… Like a long, dark back alley, social media… You could make it out alive, or you could get knifed and die. And it’s outrageous that these businesses don’t do a better job of policing their own websites.

People are dying as a result of social media’s willingness to delete conservatives while allowing all of these sick bullies and dangerous challenges to remain online.

The boy was rushed to the hospital, but doctors have told his family that he is brain-dead and will not recover. His parents are now pleading with him for more time.

“He’s a fighter,” says the narrator. I see him squabbling. According to the news outlet, Joshua’s dad, Haileyesus Zeryihun, said, “I’m praying for him every day.” “Seeing him lying on the bed is so heartbreaking.”

The father continued, “[They] told me the bad news that he’s not going to survive, that he’s not going to make it.” “I was begging them on the floor to give me some time, not to give up on him,” she said. I feel like I’m walking away from my son if I just give up on him.”

According to the family, their son used social media extensively and had many positive interactions as a result of it.

He was very interested in cooking, guitar, and acting, which is fantastic…

However, there is a dark side of it as well.

The family is now also educating others about the dangers of social media.

Instead of worrying about “Trump,” social media sites should concentrate on keeping their users alive and safe.


Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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