- A South African man shared photos of his grandmother giving him a haircut on social media recently
- In the adorable tweet he indicated that they were best buddies and enjoyed spending time together
- The beautiful post has given users warm feelings of nostalgia as they reacted with sweet comments about grandparents
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A grandparent is a little bit of a parent, teacher, and best friend. This holds true for a Mzansi man who took to social media to share a cherished moment between his beautiful grandmother who also happens to be his best friend.
@chaungeni1 shared a sweet post featuring photos of his grandmother giving him a haircut and captioned it:
“One thing about me and my grandma, we are best buddies.”
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The tweet which has over 3400 likes has served as beautiful reminder of the invaluable role grandparents play in our lives. While others were curious about the man’s relationship status, most online users responded with endearment on the post:
“This is beautiful bro. Reminds me of my late grandmother.”
“Grandmas are everything please.”
“You made me miss my granny.”
“Do you have someone in your life my brother? Like a partner?”
“Did you pay her for cut and shave… minimum R150.”
“What cream are you using to remove hair.”
“From your mother's side or your father?”
“This is adorable. Beautiful relationship with granny.”
“I love it.”
“This is beautiful. I hope you gave her a fat tip.”
“I didn't. Am just that one grandchild who's always there when she needs me.”
“Now I know why this head is always clean.”
BI Phakathi surprises and blesses gogo on her way home in heart warming video
Briefly News previously reported on Mzansi’s much loved philanthropist BI Phakathi who shared a heart-warming video of him blessing a gogo with money for Christmas.
In the video posted on the good Samaritans’s Facebook, the gogo is seen walking when Phakathi calls her to come to his car. He proceeds to greet her and asks her if she can still recognises him. The gogo admits that she does and recalls their previous encounter where Phakathi had given her money. They shared a beautiful moment as they reminisced.
The faceless humanitarian then blesses the grandmother with several R100 notes and asks her to count the money. However, he did not stop there, as he continued to give her even more money. The gogo was left speechless and overcome with emotion. She expressed her sincere gratitude, thanking Phakathi several times, saying, "Camagu" ("Thank you").
Source: Briefly News