Teddy made a name for himself on the Internet after his mother posted the disturbing Facebook image of him sitting alone, surrounded by an untouched pizza and two rows of empty seats.
Teddy's mother, Sil Mazzini, said: "Some people had the courtesy to respond that they could not do it, but of all the others, nobody came.
"I received approximately 15 RSVPs and some others who responded that they would not.
"I'm done with the parties for a while."
Teddy received three options for his birthday party, a trip to Legoland, a trip to Disney World or a party with his classmates.
The father of the birthday children, Ted Bollinger, said: "The most important thing for Teddy was having his classmates there.
"But when my wife told me she was publishing [the photo]I told her not to do it, but she did it and left. It's pretty wild. "
Although Mrs. Mazzini expected the publication to be only for local or possibly state news, she explained how the family from Phoenix in the US. UU., Has received support and gifts from people around the world.
The image caught the attention of two sports teams, the Phoenix Suns and the Phoenix Rising football team.
The Phoenix Rising football team extended an invitation to the family to join them in their next game, and their vice president confirmed that Teddy will be in the game on Friday.
The Phoenix Suns responded to Teddy's photo on Twitter by saying, "How about we celebrate with thousands in our place with tickets to the Suns game against the Lakers on Wednesday?"
Beyond Phoenix, music producer DJ Khaled wished Teddy a happy birthday and said he wanted to send him a gift from his foundation.
He went to Instagram to write: "Bless and happy birthday to young King Teddy. The Khaled family and the We The Best foundation want to send you a birthday present. "
Along with celebrities and the sports team, other Facebook and Twitter users extended their support to Teddy and his family, insisting that the quality of friends is more important than quantity.