- An overly-proud mother attended her son's high school graduation earlier this year, but her pride may have been damaged in the hype of her enthusiasm
- The moment her child's name was called, the mom started celebrating by twerking
- The incident forced security guards to stop the lady's racy performance
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All parents are proud of their kids on graduation day, we get that. However, one mom took her excitement a bit too far when her son graduated earlier this year.
In May, an unidentified woman - dressed in a cleavage-baring yellow jumper - attended the high school graduation ceremony of her son.
The moment her son received his diploma, she started twerking and yelling. One of the other parents filmed the woman's celebration and the video showed security guards stepping in to stop her.
The video was originally shared on YouTube in May but resurfaced recently on other social media platforms.
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The mother's "attention-seeking" ways infuriated social media users. YEN.com.gh gathered that it led to internet users dragging the mom in the comments.
Lay Heavy FatBoy commented:
"Always got to make themselves the centre of attention. Sorry for the young man getting his proud moment overshadowed by this thirsty lame."
Jonathan Bowens added:
"Damn, how embarrassing."
Jayson William said:
"Made her child's moment is about her because she has nothing going for herself."
Eddie Brown wrote:
"Embarrassing! And we wonder why they show us no respect! Hate to see how far she'll go if he graduates college."
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