It was hilarious because, when I was first starting to speak to children, it was about following my dreams and not having to be afraid to pursue what you want in your life,” he said. The Undefeated. “And encouraging them to pursue their goals. Then, when they asked me questions about bullying, I was sure that someone had seen me. I was like, ‘How do you know that? You didn’t know I was being bullied.
He said, “Then, I thought, why not talk about my experiences, and how they helped me?” It could inspire or motivate kids to try the same.
Quinton spoke to TMZ about his future plans. He said that he aims to lose 64 more pounds before May 10, in memory of his mom.