Over the weekend, an Arizona youngster turned six, but when it came time to celebrate, he was alone.
Sil Mazzini, Teddy’s mother, had invited nearly 30 of his son’s kindergarten classmates to his pizza party birthday celebration on Sunday, but none of them showed up. The youngster was devastated.
She shared a snapshot of a big, empty table with pizza and drinks set for the classmates, but only one person was visible: Teddy, who had a grimace on his face.
Teddy’s lone birthday rapidly became known, and social media was flooded with birthday wishes for the toddler.
The Phoenix Suns were among the well-wishers, offering tickets to their game against LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers on Wednesday.
The squad wrote, “How about we celebrate with thousands at our place!”
Phoenix Rising, the local professional soccer club, followed suit, inviting Teddy to “come join 7,000 of your closest pals!”
According to rumors, Teddy has accepted tickets to Friday’s game from the soccer team, which features Didier Drogba.
Later, the child sent a message to his followers, thanking them for their nice comments and well wishes.