Man Shows up at Hospital with Live Band to Sing & Dance for His Friend Receiving Treatment, Video Melts Hearts

Man Shows up at Hospital with Live Band to Sing & Dance for His Friend Receiving Treatment, Video Melts Hearts

  • A man identified as Chris stormed a hospital to cheer his best friend who was receiving treatment for bone cancer in a pleasant fashion
  • In a heartwarming video, the man showed up with a Salsa live band who sang and danced at the window of the ward where the friend was being attended to
  • The patient could be seen in the video vibing to the song the live band and his friend are performing down below

In a beautiful demonstration of true friendship, a man stormed the hospital where his friend was receiving treatment and treated him to a live song performance.

The man identified as Chris arrived the hospital premises with a live Salsa band who sang and danced right outside the window of the ward his friend, Andres, received treatment.

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Sweet moment man arrived hospital with live band to sing and dance for friend receiving treatment goes viral
The man was being treated for bone cancer in the hospital Photo Credit: Screengrabs from video shared by @goodnews_movement
Source: Instagram

Legit.ng gathered that Andres was being treated for bone cancer and thus, his best friend sought a way to cheer him up.

He also showed up with Andres' loved ones

In the sweet video shared by Goodnews Movement on Instagram, Chris who also brought along Andres' loved ones could be seen singing and dancing along with the band.

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Andres on the other hand seemed to enjoy the performance. He was spotted at the window where they performed vibing to the song.

The chorus of the song said to be Andres' favourite means "the whole world sings to you...That the whole world pampers you" when translated.

Mixed reactions trail the video

@jsmom95 remarked:

"This is awesome. Cancer is such a bi*tch and takes so much strength to get through. Fun like this, friends going out of the way to do something like this, is priceless beyond words!!!"

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@muha.b03 wrote:

"That’s cool and all… but what about other patients? Ill people need rest especially the ones fighting cancer."

@suegavin43 said:

"God’s Blessings to you Andres!! You have true friends here! Praying for you to be well!!♥️♥️"

@fonzofonz7 remarked:

"Imagine trying to get some rest and they start bumping outside your window lol."

@voodoofairy88 wrote:

"What an amazing thing, not only for his friend but everyone else in the hospital who may not have someone. At least that day, their treatment was made a little easier too, if only for a moment, simply because of the distraction."

Doctor dances with his patients who come for check-up

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported about the 42-year-old doctor who dances with his patients who come for check-up.

The doctor named Tony Adkins is popular for always dancing with his patients whenever they come for a check-up.

The 42-year-old, according to Everyday Heroes on LinkedIn, seeks to uplift the spirits of his patients through dancing.

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According to the California-based special neurosurgeon, dancing is the best therapy. He added that it not only improves their mood but the patient's physical condition.

Source: Legit.ng

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