You Okay? Toddlers go Viral Around the World with Adorable Hug!
Photo Cred: TikTok

Cause sometimes you just need a hug.


Global (04 February 2021) – The cutest video of two toddlers hugging is giving us all the feels, “cause sometimes you just need a hug”.

The video – which was first shared on TikTok and has racked up 2 million likes – shows two toddlers standing in front of each other. One of them asks the other, “Are you ok?” To which, he replies, in an emotional voice, “Yeah.” The first kid, probably unconvinced, goes ahead to give him a tight hug.

The video hits the nail on the head, especially in the year that we have all had. Sometimes, all we really need is just a hug!

What the video below:

@shackychan2My nephews ❤️ #fyp #foryoupage #foryou #tiktok #love #barstoolsports

♬ original sound – shackychan

TikTok is one of the fastest-growing social media platforms in South Africa and the world, with the App surpassing over 2 billion downloads worldwide in October 2020.

Sources: TikTok 
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