- A little girl has got people talking on social media with the letter she left for her dad on her sixth birthday
- The girl reminded her father that he promised to buy her iPad and reneged on his promise
- She, however, assured him that she was aware of his financial incapability and advised him on what to do to get her the gadget
A Nigerian man identified as Taiwo Longe has taken to social media to share the heartwarming letter his six-year-old daughter left for him on her birthday.
In the letter the young man with the Twitter handle @longe_taiwo shared on the social media platform, the little girl reminded her dad that he promised to buy her an iPad when she clocks six.
The girl told her dad she was aware he did not buy the iPad because he was broke. She told him not to kill her chicken but instead, he should sell it and use the money to get her the iPad.
The little girl said she wants a colour pink iPad and closed the letter with "I love you Daddy".
Tweeps flooded the comment section of the post to share their thoughts on the heartwarming letter.
"That's not a kids handwriting. But happy birthday anyway still to her."
A tweep asked why he made a promise he could not keep.
@iam_aragold was touched by the little girl's letter and requested for the young man's account so he could transfer the money to get the gadget for his daughter.
"Drop ur aza let me gv her for not making even a single error in spelling.. she deserves the iPad.."
@suky_samuel had his doubts about the whole thing.
"He’s not Asking for money! He just showed us his daughter’s BEAUTIFUL letter! Happy birthday to your BRILLIANT DAUGHTER."
In a previous report by Legit.ng, a little girl got people talking on social media after displaying amazing skills when her dad threw her in the air.
The girl and her dad could be seen in a viral video which exemplifies the trust a child has for their parents. The man would throw the girl in the hair and get hold of her, then he would allow her display some skills.
Both father and daughter appeared to have mastered their skills as each of them understood what was expected of the other party as the performance went on.