- A video of cute little boy on Facebook has gone viral and people are loving the adorable to
- The young boy is seen in the video asking his mom for a charger so he can charge his electric car
- However, the mom tells him electricity is still being fixed but he's not willing to hear it
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A trending video of an adorable little boy has left users on Facebook swooning. The video shows the little boy asking his mom for a charger so he can charge his electric toy car.
The mom is trying to explain that there is no electricity at that moment as they are still fixing it. However, the young man isn't taking no for an answer and all he wants is to charge his car.
Every time his mom tries to explain the electricity situation, the cute little one keeps telling her to listen and that she cannot say no to him.
Hundreds of users on Facebook have flooded the comment section showing adoration of the young man who just wants his car charged and go about his business.
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"He doesn't wanna hear stories, he just wanna see his wheels moving, that's it."
"This is the South African equivalent to 'Listen Linda'."
"Haha he's so cute. You tell her man!"
"This has to be the cutest little boy ever!"
"I love that [he] even says don't say no to me..."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that DJ Zinhle and Kairo are an adorable mommy-daughter pair who love to slay the 'gram together. Zinhle recently posted some lovely images of the two of them hanging out at home.
Zinhle looked relaxed and comfy in camel lounge wear plus matching hat. Kairo looked super-cute in a blue tracksuit and braided hair.
Friends and fans loved seeing Zinhle and Kairo together. Many commented on how big, tall and grown up Kairo looked. Fans commented on how grown up Kairo was, saying she is almost as big as her mom now.
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Source: Briefly News