- In a video shared on Instagram, a young woman shaved her hair and eyebrows in solidarity with her sick sister
- The emotional video shows the two women breaking down as they compliment each other
- The woman identified as Cami shows love to her sister, saying she has battled cancer well and asks her to keep going
A woman has left many in tears after shaving her hair to support her sister who has been battling with cancer.
In an emotional video shared online, the woman identified as Trill Cami on social media was encouraging her sister who thought she was ugly because she does not have any hair.
The young lady recorded a video with her sister who has been battling with cancer and felt she was ugly because her hair had fallen off.
Cami encouraged her, saying that she looks so nice in a bald head and that hair does not determine one's beauty.
"So I shave my hair today for my sister and she is staying here because she thinks she is ugly," she said.
The young woman even shaved her eyebrows leaving her sister in shock as she tries to show her how having hair is meaningless.
They both broke down as they embraced each other in a tight hug and the young lady identified as Gaby told her sister she looks cute.
In the video caption, she expressed her love for the sister saying it has been hard to see her hurting, and did not forget to remind her she is a fighter.
"Cannot say everything that has been going on has been easy, it has been hard, it hurts. But this is not for any of you or for me, this is for you gaby. I love you with every bone in my body. You fight sister and you do it damn well. Hair does not make you and even bald you still manage to be the prettiest sister," she said.
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