- A young lady and her grandmother have warmed hearts on social media with their funny TikTok video, which has gone viral
- They could be seen serving family goals in a playful manner as they asked their fans a series of questions
- Many social media users have reacted to the funny video as some urged the lady to take care of the old woman
A lady identified as Nantume Renz has got people talking on social media after a video of her with her grandma emerged.
In a TikTok video, the lady could be seen telling her grandmother to repeat after her, to which the latter obliged.
Nantume said the following words, which her granny repeated:
"Hello, how are you? Have you eaten? I love you all."
The duo could be seen sending kisses to their fans as they round off with the video.
Social media reacts
Nigerian journalist and activist Jack Vince took to his Facebook page to share the video. He wrote:
"That's how tiktokers are giving their grand mama wahala on tiktok..."
Reacting, Nkechi Nemine-Ekaye said:
"Which kind wahala is this na?"
Godspower ILawo Monday commented:
"I keep replaying and replaying."
Godspower ILawo Monday wrote:
"I love this gal. Thanks for giving mum joy."
Godspower ILawo Monday said:
"I love this."
Hilarious video shows husband reacting to his wife's dry jokes and he's fed up
Previously, Briefly News reported that a comical wife has definitely got social media laughing after hitting her man with a bunch of silly jokes. Although her corny gags are not the funniest, it's her husband's deadpan reactions and her hysterical laugh that really make the short clips what they are.
The clip was shared by fellow American funnyman Patrick Barnes and features the entertaining shenanigans of @Celinaspookyboo.
To watch the video, click here.
In the clip seen more than 19 million times, Celina really can't get enough of shocking her husband with the corniest puns. It definitely seems as though the gags are meant only for her entertainment and her partner does not even flash a smile.
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Source: Briefly News