Woman texts late dad's number for 4 years until she gets surprised

Woman texts late dad's number for 4 years until she gets surprised

- Chastity Patterson shared a close bond with her father, but he passed away four years ago

- Struggling to deal with the loss, Chastity continued to text his number for years after his death

- On the eve of the fourth anniversary of his passing, Chastity finally received a response to her messages

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Chastity Patterson was devastated when her father lost his life four years ago.

The 23-year-old struggled to come to terms with his passing and has been texting his number without fail for the past four years.

As four years passed without any response, her messages were finally answered and the story went viral.

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Chastity received a lengthy message from a gentleman named Brad.

In his response, Brad explained to her that he'd been receiving her messages for four years, but he chose not to respond as he did not want to break her heart.

However, Brad revealed that Chastity's messages were heaven sent as he lost his daughter a few years ago.

Woman texts late dad's number for 4 years until she gets surprised

Facebook: Chastity Patterson
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He added that Chastity should be very proud of her achievements and that her father must be very content.

The Mirror reported on the unbelievable story and the huge impact it had.

Briefly.co.za discovered that Chastity's late father was actually not her biological father, but rather a fatherly figure who she looked up to over the years.

Chastity shared some background to their special relationship and touched on some of the questions posed to her by the many people around the world.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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