- A little boy provided comfort and hugged his mourning mother as she wept over her husband's demise
- The kid ignorantly assured her that his daddy would return and called out to him to show up so his mum would stop crying
- The touching video has shattered hearts online as social media users sent their condolences to the family
A little boy comforted his mother, who wept profusely over the death of her husband.
He comforted his mum, assuring her dad his dad, who was late, would show up. He called out to his father and was unmoved after his sister said their dad was dead.
The little kid went on to make funny faces into the camera while the young widow wept hard.
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Her bio on TikTok now reads thus:
"Young widow!. ️ Now Single Mom to 2 beautiful cubs."
She did not, however, disclose the circumstances that led to her hubby's demise.
Watch the video below:
Reactions on social media
Bonolo Monama said:
"I was 3, my sister was 6 and mommy was 30 when daddy died. You will pull through just like my mom did and great things are yet to come for you."
"I remember crying like this 3 years back after my divorce my kids comforted me."
"Your husband left you with a warrior son, he’s so strong and he’ll protect you."
"The boy is totally clueless."
Agreement Vukeya said:
"Daddy died that one hit me so harder , be comfort dear may you heal so you can take a good care of your children."
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"Your daughter is very strong yoooooh her response comes from someone who is dissapointed nd has accepted so she can be strong for u."
"I know u r hurt, shattered & sad. But don't do it in front of the kids. They will carry ur emotional baggage I know what I'm talking about.ASKIES."
Man pops wine on wife's grave
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a man had visited his wife's grave and popped wine on it.
In a TikTok video, the young man opened a bottle of wine at his wife's graveside, poured himself a glass, and emptied the rest of its content on her grave.
In a part of the video with the lady's picture, the man said he really missed his wife, adding that he married his best friend.
The widower played Lefu Le Bohloko by Tahleho Nkalai, their favourite song when she was alive.