- A proud sister, who was only identified by her Twitter handle @_alyssaandrea_, gushed about her little brother turning nine years old
- The stunning lady, who hails from the US, shared photos of the adorable boy at his birthday party
- The post quickly went viral, gathering over 933,000 reactions in just a day
A beautiful lady, who goes by the Twitter handle @_alyssaandrea_, shared photos of her brother's birthday party on the social media platform.
The tweep, who lives in Texas in the United States, said her 'baby brother' is not so little anymore. The young boy, Armando, turned nine years old recently and he celebrated the birthday with an Up-themed party.
@_alyssaandrea_ captioned the post:
"My baby brother isn’t such a baby anymore."
The post gathered over 933,000 views in just a day and the photos warmed social media users' hearts.
Tweeps from across the world wished Armando a happy birthday in the comment section.
A social media user, @MRSGlRL, commented:
"Wait omg he literally is the kid from up... How adorable I can't omg."
Twitter user, @ArizonaHunter36, added:
"The smile on your little brothers face just made my day. Happy birthday Buddy."
Another tweep, @jinanddtonicc, said:
"He deserves everything good in the world."
"He is the cutest young man ever. Look how happy."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that an unnamed baby became a sensation on Twitter after a video of his reaction at a barbing salon getting a haircut in the presence of his mom went viral.
His response to the clipper on his head was quite unlike some babies who always fear the sharp blade of the clipper on their soft scalps. He rather burst into pearls of laughter.
People present were stunned at his response. Whenever the clipper scrapped a portion of his hair, the baby would double up in laughter again, grabbing its wire.
While no one could place what exactly he was reacting to, one could only guess the vibrating sensation of the clipper tickled him.
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