Take a look at how a video of a brother helping his sister score a dunk made Twitter a happy place.
There are a lot of sad and unhappy things that we come across on the Internet. But, Twitter has given us a reason to smile. Twitterati turned teary-eyed after a heartwarming video of a brother-sister went video. The social media platform is all-heart after basketball player Rex Champman posted the video on his Twitter page. The video shows how a brother helping his sister to dunk the basketball while he and the person shooting the video continue to encourage and cheer her. The video is so beautiful that it will fill your heart with warmth and happiness. And it probably is the best thing you will see today.
Take a look:
This brother helping his sister get buckets is definitely the Twitter content I’m here for…?❤️?❤️pic.twitter.com/VwlP2mHY8j
— Rex Chapman?? (@RexChapman) May 24, 2020
Here’s how Twitter reacted to the video:
The joy on her face!!
I cannot ?
— Kelly A. ?? (@SuperKellyA) May 24, 2020
The great thing here is he didn’t do it for her or help her — he just removed a barrier (the net being too high) so she could do it herself.
— spoowriter (@spoowriter) May 24, 2020
I’m not crying your crying pic.twitter.com/Z4sIm3W9iy
— TheFlyFlynn (@TheFlyFlynn) May 25, 2020
These kids have such beautiful hearts, they have to have wonderful parents ♥️♥️
— Emily Brandwin (@CIAspygirl) May 25, 2020
This wins twitter today! pic.twitter.com/pZi2zt1CMs
— Elijahjamesmeza (@elijahjamesmeza) May 25, 2020
Love to see it!! pic.twitter.com/EcaPMheUjD
— Howard (@HbombDrums) May 24, 2020
Also Read: This father-daughter duo is winning the internet by dressing up in famous character outfits to throw trash
It amazes me the capacity for compassion, empathy & solidarity a 5 year old can possess while adults can’t seem to find a common ground on most subjects; instead we choose to argue, ridicule & insult. We could learn a helluva lot from this 14 second video (myself included).
— Radical Reviews (@NickelwoodRay) May 25, 2020
— Radioface (@Radioface_88) May 24, 2020
Everyone should be so lucky to have a brother like that.
— Rgsal (@Rgsal897) May 24, 2020
— Robert James Haywood (@RobertJHaywood) May 24, 2020