- A young South African woman recently took to Twitter to share an adorable clip of how young siblings tricked a toddler into believing he was playing with them
- In the short clip, the little boy believes he is playing along while he furiously presses buttons on the controller
- Locals have shared many heartwarming reactions to the clip, a lot of them feeling bad for the little one who just wanted to have some fun
A beautiful South African woman recently shared an extremely cute clip about a little one who was tricked by his siblings into believing that he was also playing a PlayStation game with them recently.
In the clip that was shared on her Twitter page by @Gee_Dhlamini, the little ones can all be seen with their eyes glued onto a TV screen while playing a console game. The smallest one of them all, little Khumo is also playing along excitedly unaware that his control had not been plugged in.
"Khumo (16 months) is a funny little human being. They gave him a controller and he was so sure that he was also playing. It’s the “go,go,gooooo” part for me," Gloria captioned the cute post.
Soon locals were sharing their thoughts in the comment section, some of which you can read below.
"I hate them for doing Khumo like this, his enthusiasm."
"This is so cute. I love how they made him part of the game"
In similar cute Briefly.co.za news, a little boy and a small kind gesture recently crept into the hearts of many South Africans. Taking to Facebook's ImStaying, his mom, Linda Ann Labuschagne shared how her little boy had spotted a car guard at the beach and decided to go sit with her.
In the heartwarming post, the young kid's mom explains how he went up to her and started having a lengthy conversation. Before long he was opening up his lunch box and sharing his lunch with the kind car guard.
"My son went to sit by this lady who was a car guard at the beach... They had a long conversation and he shared his lunch with her. (A Facebook memory that popped up... way before covid)," she captioned the post.
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