Dad buys 6-year-old son PS5 on birthday for beating cancer twice amid COVID-19

Dad buys 6-year-old son PS5 on birthday for beating cancer twice amid COVID-19

- A six-year-old boy successfully overcame cancer on two different occasions amid the COVID-19 pandemic

- The boy's father, known on Twitter as @Obi_Dadi, bought him PS5 to celebrate his victory over the deadly disease

- Many tweeps have been blessing the six-year-old and his family on the beautiful feat

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A young man identified on Twitter with the handle @Obi_Dadi has revealed that his six-year-old son fought cancer two different times and won.

In a post sighted by on the social media platform, the proud father indicated that all of this happened amid the novel coronavirus pandemic that plagued the world since 2020.

To make the boy's birthday celebration a grand one, @Obi_Dadi gifted the celebrant a PS5 for fighting the deadly disease and successfully overcoming it.

Dad buys 6-year-old son PS5 on b'day for beating cancer 2 times amid COVID-19
The six-year-old boy has been celebrated on social media for beating cancer twice. Photo credit: @Obi_Dadi
Source: Twitter

See the post below:

@iam_chicano blessed the boy by saying:

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Happy Birthday to your son, he would grow in good health & live a fulfilled life. Cancer would never return. God bless your family and joy would forever remain in your home.

@YawSanogo went blatant with his view in reply to a gentleman who implied that God was responsible for the healing.

@theCPTFIVE shared a similar experience his son has been going through lately.

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