The family behind .’s viral video Woody and jessie from “Toy Story” who make sure they hug their kids at Disney World, say their experience should be the norm for all kids… regardless of their race.
The parents, candice and Haroldsay they were unaware of the controversy currently circulating over costumed characters in other locations allegedly snubbed black children. They only posted video because they were happy with their daughter, To Haygot a hug from her favorite Disney character.
The parents say Hayyn would have been happy with a wave from Jessie — and it was a huge bonus when Woody marked Jessie to give the little girl a hug.
Hayyn waited the entire parade for Jessie… even dressed in a Jessie dress, holding Jessie and Woody dolls.
After posting their video, of course, they became aware of the Sesame Place and Chuck E. Cheese allegations, and Harold and Candice say that everyone’s child deserves at least some form of recognition — even if it’s just a wave or kiss from them. their favorite character.
As we reported, there is now a class action lawsuit filed against Sesame Place in Philadelphia.
There’s no question that that case sparked online interest in Hayyn’s Disney World plush — a prime example of how these interactions should ideally unfold… for all kids.