"God will bless you": South African Woman's Unique Welcome for Grocery-Buying Brother Goes Viral

"God will bless you": South African Woman's Unique Welcome for Grocery-Buying Brother Goes Viral

  • A lady took to social media to showcase how she welcomes her brother, who buys the groceries in their home
  • The TikTok video captured the attention of many people, generating over 1.2 million views along with thousands of likes and comments
  • Social media users reacted to the footage as they flooded the comments section with heartwarming messages
  • Briefly News spoke to @sibo_vena, who gave insight into her relationship with her brother

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A woman in Mzansi amused many with how she welcomed her brother home, and peeps were in stitches.

A TikTok video shows a woman welcoming her brother after work.
A lady welcomed her brother who buys groceries in a TikTok video. Image: @sibo_vena
Source: TikTok

Woman welcomes brother with food

The video shared by @sibo_vena on TikTok shows a lady welcoming her brother with food after his day at work. The woman revealed in her clip that he was the one who buys groceries in their household. The gentleman was too shy to reveal his face to the camera, so he put on his hood to cover himself while his sister laughed it off.

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While speaking to Briefly News, @sibo_vena shared with the publication that her brother helps out with everything from housework to cooking. She revealed that he is a very "good cook."

"He recently started working and I'm happy to say he is helping in the house financially because he helps buys Groceries in the house," she said.

@sibo_vena went on to say that her brother is kind and generous. They are super close, as they are currently living together while their mom is based in the Eastern Cape.

"I used to take him to creche when I was in primary school and fetch him afterward. Our bond grew stronger; he even tagged along with me as a teenager. We shared a room and now live together since our mother moved. Our bond is stronger than ever," she added.

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The clip was well received and became viral, garnering over 1.2 million views and thousands of likes and comments, leaving many amused.

She ended off by saying:

"I really appreciate his help around the house because now not everything depends on me. I want him to know that I love and appreciate him and to all sisters out there please appreciate your brothers if they assist because it's very rare for that to happened."

Watch the video below:

Mzansi was entertained by the video

Many people loved the clip as they rushed to the comments section to shower them with heartfelt messages.

BigManQiniso said:

"Even if he doesn't buy groceries or is unemployed, always treat him like this; God will bless you."

Mandisa expressed:

"Wrong way to welcome him..at least let him get time to sit and relax, then serve."

Katleho_B advised the woman, saying:

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"Please don’t hate his partner once he starts dating to marry y’all have an amazing relationship."

Joycemotswai added:

"He deserves to be served at the gate for his hard work."

Somahashe was amused:

"The haibo killed me."

Woman’s heartwarming tribute to her brother goes viral on TikTok

Briefly News previously that a woman left many online users in their feelings after she showed gratitude towards her brother for his endless sacrifices after she graduated.

A video posted by @allthings_accounting on TikTok shows the young lady's brother dancing around in circles with a big smile. In the spirit of gratitude, the woman thanked her brother for his support during her time at university.

Source: Briefly News

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Johana Mukandila (Editor) Johana Tshidibi Mukandila has been a Human Interest Reporter at Briefly News since 2023. She holds a national diploma in journalism from the Cape Peninsula University Of Technology (2023). She has worked at the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, PAICTA, BONA Magazine and Albella Music Production. She is currently furthering her education in journalism at the CPUT. She has passed a set of trainings from Google News Initiative. Reach her at johana.mukandila@briefly.co.za

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