- A six-year-old boy has successfully overcome cancer on two different occasions amid the Covid-19 pandemic
- The boy's father, known on Twitter as @Obi_Dadi, bought the boy PS5 to celebrate his victory over the deadly disease
- Many tweeps have been blessing the six-year-old and his family over the beautiful feat
An amazing young man identified on Twitter with the handle @Obi_Dadi has revealed that his six-year-old son has, at his age, had cancer two different times.
In a post sighted by Briefly.co.za on his personal handle, the proud father indicated that all of this happened amid the novel coronavirus pandemic that has plagued the world since 2020.
To make the birthday celebration grand, @Obi_Dadi gifted a PS5 to his son for fighting the deadly disease and successfully overcoming it.
See the post below:
@iam_chicano blessed the boy saying:
"Happy birthday to your son, he would grow in good health & live a fulfilled life. Cancer would never return. God bless your family and joy would forever remain in your home."
@YawSanogo went blatant with his view in reply to a gentleman who implied that God was responsible for the healing.
@theCPTFIVE shared a similar experience his son has been going through lately.
In another captivating report earlier published by Briefly.co.za, photos of a handsome-looking black boy with huge birthmarks have gotten thousands of people who spotted them reacting mostly positively on social media.
In the images sighted by Briefly.co.za on the personal handle of @whotmaan, the social media influencer indicated that he saw the pictures elsewhere and could not resist the temptation to share them.
The marks were spread all over the young boy's body and face but he looked amazing regardless.
@Sayrikey opined that:
"You all that do this stuff sha... Forget it's hypocritic... Bcuz u knw deep down why u posted it. Nothing irritates more than the comments. Everyone n everything is beautiful it's own way. Don't use style at someone's expense to chase clouts... Mtccheww."
@a_thicker disagreed, saying:
"The truth be said, this is not beautiful. The ones on the face are too large. It would have been a perfect beautiful birthmark if not for the big ones on his face. The boy is handsome though."
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!