This is a shout to Karan and Brandon Honeycutt. As the editor here, I don’t normally put my own two cents in, but in this case, I feel I must. It would help the family so much if you could simply stay off Tyler’s page. Your negative comments are hurtful. I have been helping this family post to this website for many years now and I see all they go through. It’s bad enough to have a child as sick as Tyler without negative comments from people like you. All of the information (with proof) about Tyler’s illness and treatment are right here on the website, but you clearly have not bothered to look into it before offering your hurtful comments. See Darlene’s message below asking you to stop posting on this site.
I’ll add my plea as well. Tyler is a sweet and amazing child who has suffered tremendously. The last thing he needs is to suffer from a stranger’s hurtful comments. If you think Tyler or his family are getting rich off this, you’re dead wrong. What should they do? Say nothing and let Tyler suffer? If they had the means to pay for everything Tyler needs, they wouldn’t have to ask.
There is a simple lesson most of us learned in kindergarten that you might have missed: If you have nothing good to say, say nothing at all. Oh and then there’ s the golden rule. Is this how you would want others to treat you if you had a child as sick as Tyler? This reaction to your comments is from me, but Darlene had her own response:
“Yes, it is true that he is in remission from cancer for five years.  It’s the aftermath of the cancer that ate his jaw bone away and cost him a lung. All this information is on his page. The boy has gone through 59 surgeries. There is not a doctor in South Carolina that will help him because his case is so complicated. He can barely eat or walk because of pain in in his jaw and both legs. Tyler has angels that love him and care,  so Mrs. Honeycutt, if you don’t like what is written about Tyler, please stay off his page. God knows and so does Tyler and his family. You keep putting stuff on here that makes us feel bad when our hearts are already heavy. We try hard, but Tyler doesn’t get a lot of donations.
I’m sorry to call you out in public like this, but if you would post with your email instead of from your cell phone, I would be able to send this message to you privately.”
FROGgin’    (F.R.O.G. – Fully Rely On God)

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