Kid Gives Mzansi the Feels After Sharing Opinion About His Absent Dad

Kid Gives Mzansi the Feels After Sharing Opinion About His Absent Dad

- A clip of a little boy sharing his thoughts on where his absent father maybe have been shared online

- In the clip, the young boy shares that his dad left when he was two years old but speculates that he may be married and poor

- Many of South Africans were both heartbroken and amused by the matter-of-fact way the little one spoke about his dead

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A heartbreaking and quite funny clip has been shared online in which a young boy shares his thoughts on his father who has not been a present figure in his life since he was only two years old.

Kid Gives Mzansi the Feels After Sharing Opinion About His Absent Dad
This little one is very smart indeed. Images: @advobarryroux
Source: Twitter

In the clip, the young child can be heard saying that he suspects that his father is married and may be poor which is the reason why he has the child has to take the first step in contacting his father as opposed to the other more acceptable way around.

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"Some kids are very much smart from born," advobarryroux captioned the clip.

Locals had a lot to say about the clip:

@tendelanani said:

"Hey he knows too much."

@LollyMkunqwana said:

"I’m sad for this little boy."

@mohlaben said:

"Vele he's smart. Respect these gents with big heads, they can access more % of the brain capacity hao"

@TebohoT79939500 said:

"He's very smart God bless him and protect him from everything that can destroy his life."

@ModisakengMusa said:

"He looks very young! When did he learn all these things? His reasoning capacity is so powerful! Wow!"

@Ayanda1Africa joked:

"No maan @Julius_S_Malema come explain about your lost and found bundle of joy here"

In other Briefly News about absent parents, it is not a secret that South Africa has a high rate of single mothers. A young woman, who surely knows this, recently headed online to joke about how South African fathers run away from their children.

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Her joke came after a short clip of a small family which consisted of a father, a mother and their child was shared online. In the clip, the family stands together and then runs away from the child as a joke.

"In South Africa, the dads run and never come back," the young woman commented about the funny clip.

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