Inspirational young Tamil girl speaks about getting bullied

There may be only one 12-year-old girl in Toronto who can make Toronto Raptor Amir Johnson lean back in his chair at the end of an interview, throw up his arms and smilingly admit to being asked “some tough questions.’’

Gowthami Perinpanayagam — she prefers to be called Gogo, a nickname her friends came up with — beams from her chair at Johnson’s comments, in an interview recorded at SickKids earlier this year and posted on YouTube.

Gogo, who comes to SickKids five days a week for hemodialysis, tells a Star reporter that the interview she did with Johnson, one of several she’s done for fun with celebrities who visited the children’s hospital, is her favourite.

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