- A local mom has shared on Twitter how her teenage son saved all his pocket money to buy his little sister shoes
- The heartwarming post includes pictures of the cute pink sandals and the siblings spending some time together
- South Africans absolutely loved the adorable post, many of them taking to the comment section to swoon over the thoughtful teen
An extremely proud South African mom and business journalist, @anelisa_tuswa, recently took to Twitter to swoon over her teenage son who saved all his money to buy his adorable little sister some shoes.
Heading to the app, Anelisa shared a picture of the cute pair of pink sandals and also another picture of the big brother and his little sister, whom he obviously adores, spending some brother and sister time together.
"So our 14-year-old took his pocket money and bought his baby sister sandals... How cute?" she captioned the heartwarming Twitter post.
Her many followers absolutely loved the adorable news. Many of them headed to the comment section to swoon over the teenager's generous big brotherly instincts. Read a few of their comments below.
"Secutie man, ee even allows her to sit next to him when he plays his game. So adorable man."
"Give that man a monthly salary, he is leadership. I don’t see him running away from fatherly responsibilities in future. If he does the woman would be at fault."
"Soo cute man and it looks like lil sis keeps licking the brother's arm."
"Increase the pocket money there. The little one is going to be spoilt."
In other cute Briefly.co.za news, a young girl has given so many positive vibes as she danced to Bella Shurmda's popular song, Cash App, in front of the TV. It amazed many when her clip surfaced on Twitter was that she sang along as she watched the music video.
The kid does the popular hand moves popularised by Zlatan Ibile and combined it with the legwork known as gbese. Many wondered how the adorable little girl learned all the moves and song.
The Twitter handle (@Naija_PR) that posted the video was more concerned about the TV falling off. As of the time of writing this report, the video has been watched over 6,000 times.
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