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On October 22, Aaron Gouveia posted a heartbreaking story about his five-year-old son, Sam, who enjoyed painting his nails because he liked the color, only to be shamed and ridiculed by other children at his school. The public response to the thread has been incredibly supportive, with celebrities like former Patriots tight end Martellus Bennett and actress Tara Strong reaching out to offer Sam encouragement. That didn't make it any less surprising to the Gouveias when star Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski sent them a personal video to lift their spirits!


Gronk wants Sam to keep being himself no matter what!

Other celebrities lined up behind the superstar to make sure Sam knew it was okay for anyone to wear nail polish.


Twitter did their part to make sure Sam knew the bullies were in the wrong.





Here's the thread that's been inspiring so much love and support!




















Listen to Rob Gronkowski, Sam, and don't let those bullies get you down!

H/T - Boston, Twitter

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