- Tiana's video was first shared on Facebook by her mom Cherish Sherry
- The little girl left many admiring her intelligence and her knowledge on how to solve marital issues
- The clip has since gone viral and on her mom's page it has gathered 14 million views, 29,000 comments and 247k likes
- From the comments, many hailed her saying that her reasoning was much better than that of an adult
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A video of a little girl has left many people online wowed by her intelligence and love for her family.
In the three minutes of the video, the little girl was giving marriage advice to her parents.
The little girl who is identified as Tiana went viral after her mom Cherish Sherry shared the video on her Facebook page.
Tiana chipped in to help after her parents who are divorced had a fight. All she wants is for her parents to be friends.
"Mom are you ready to be his friend? Try not to be that high up to be friends, I want everything to be low. Okay? she asked her mom.
According to the intelligent girl, all she wants is to put a smile on someone's face and not trying to be mean.
"Just try your best. I do not want you and my dad to be replaced and mean again. I want you and my dad to be placed and settled and be friends. I am not trying to be mean, I just want everyone to be friends and if I can be nice, I think all of us can be nice too," she said.
Tiana urged her parents to settle down their mean heights so as to put a smile on someone's face.
The video which was shared on September 16, has gathered 14 million views, 29,000 comments and 247k likes.
Below are some of the reactions:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that another little girl went viral after a short clip showing her mimicking an adult talking selfie surfaced online.
One would be amazed at the number of things kids pick up from grownups around them. In a video that has over two million views on Twitter, the kid's quick reaction when she saw that her selfie-taking was being filmed is funny.
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