Future Artist: Reactions As Boy Makes Many Laugh After Drawing Himself and Sister on Paper

Future Artist: Reactions As Boy Makes Many Laugh After Drawing Himself and Sister on Paper

  • Mama-Chosen Assibi, a Ghanaian mother shared a rather hilarious picture of a drawing made by her son
  • The 3-year-old boy took his time to sketch out what he believed to be himself and his 1-year-old sister
  • The post has since been cracking many ribs with a few people asking Assibi to encourage the young chap

A young Ghanaian boy who is almost three years old has gotten many social media users rolling on the floor with laughter after his mother identified as Mama-Chosen Assibi shared a drawing he made.

In the post that cracked ribs in the famous Ghanaian Facebook community, Tell It All, Assibi indicated that she was busily packing her children's clothes when she heard her son yelling her name.

The calls were so persistent that she had to stop whatever she was doing to attend to the young boy only for him to tell her that he had made a drawing of himself and his beautiful one-year-old sister.

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Drawing made by three-year-old
Drawing made by 3-year-old Ghanaian Photo credit: Mama-Chosen Assibi via Tell It All
Source: UGC
"He said 'mama see, Alvin and Luxurye' He pointed the left as himself and on the right his sister who is a year old. I said arrrhhh...so upon all the fees we pay in school hahaha...What is this?" the woman posted.

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Reactions from social media users

Obaahemaa Milly commented:

"Appreciate and encourage him please he has done well paaaa I wish to find a drawing my daughter did for me and her dad at the age of 5 and you'll laugh waaaa."

Nyarko Lottenut said:

"When you were at his age did you even know how to hold pen? He has done well ahaha...be a proud Mama wai...and let him be....ahaha."

Ernest Hemeng indicated:

"The culture of “encouragement” among Africans is not there baako sei. My dear, cheer the young man up so that he can do better next time. Sometimes it’s not your fees you pay that matters but the progress the child makes in becoming a super hero sooner or later."

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Little boy waits for his brother

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a short video shared by @vickykim225 showed how amazing brotherly love could be. A boy waited at the bus stop for his brother to get back.

After he had timed his arrival, the kid stood at their doorstep rejoicing at the expectation of his brother coming home.

When his school bus came into sight, his jubilation became more as he kept pointing toward the vehicle. As soon as his brother came down, they both hugged.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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