Local girl's Bieber dreams come true | Community Spirit
(WMC-TV) - Little Jayda, 5, who has been fighting health problems her entire life, will get to see her big crush in November, after all!
After Action News 5 shared Jadya's story, the community stepped up wanting to help the little girl see Justin Bieber.
Jayda's mother created a YouTube video explaining how hard she tried to get tickets to the Memphis concert. Tickets sold out fast, and she said she could not afford the inflated prices the scalpers were asking for. She was asking the community if anyone had tickets to sell for a reasonable price.
The Grizzlies called to help. Even Action News 5 was trying to find her tickets. But a local congressional candidate beat us all to the punch.
Dr. George Flinn, owner of 107.5 radio, gave Jayda and her mother two tickets to the show.
Jayda's mom is thankful for the outpouring of support.
"I am so overwhelmed by the love this community has for my Jayda. She really is a special little girl but has never had a random act of kindness like this happen to her."
But that is not all.
Grizzlies Coordinator for Corporate Communications, Toiaya Crawford, is sending Jayda an autographed picture of
her favorite Grizzly, Zach "Z-Bo" Randolph.
Dr. Flinn, who supplied Jayda with the tickets, is running against U.S. Rep. Steve Cohen for the 9th Congressional District seat.