"This Made Me Cry": Mum Overwhelmed With Joy As Her Son Returns Home After 3 Years, Celebration Video Trends

"This Made Me Cry": Mum Overwhelmed With Joy As Her Son Returns Home After 3 Years, Celebration Video Trends

  • A lovely mum was overcome with a lot of joy when her son suddenly showed up after three years of staying away
  • The video of the joyous and emotional moment was posted on TikTok by Itzjandy and it shows how the woman welcomed her son
  • The video is so emotional that it attracted close to 3k comments from TikTokers as of Thursday, December 29

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An emotional TikTok video has shown the moment a son visited his mother after three years of staying away.

The man said it was a total surprise for his mother as she did not know that he was coming home at the time he did.

Photos of a mum celebrating the return of her son.
The son surprised his mother as he returned home after 3 years. Photo credit: TikTok/@itzjandy.
Source: UGC

In the touching clip posted by Itzjandy, the woman was so happy that she hugged her son passionately.

Jubilation as son returns to his mother after 3 years

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She fell on the ground in the video and celebrated in wild jubilation. At some points, she held her son so tightly in love.

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From the video, it could be deduced that the woman missed her son so much during his absence.

Many TikTok users have said they were moved to tears by the video which has been viewed 375k times.

Watch the video below:

Reactions from TikTok users

@lady Dee said:

"The only woman that can love u unconditionally. God bless all mothers."

@mammie Queen commented:

"Who else is crying?"

@ADA UGO said:

"This made me cry."

@Omoba15 commented:

"Mother's love. Missing my mum so much may her soul continue to rest."

@amasarpong0 said:

"I don’t know how to express how I feel right now. Don’t Ignore my comment. I want to watch this again.....oh I forgot I could save this."

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@user5438833013116 commented:

"I just shade tears. Really imagining how my mum will react when I will visit her. 5 years no see."

@petronellachiluf1 said:

"This got me shading tears."

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Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that a young man has made many people emotional after he shared a throwback photo of his mum in 2019 looking haggard.

He said that when he took that picture, he promised that he will one day come back for her and take her out of the refugee camp.

In less than two years, the grateful son returned and treated his mother to a nice date as he took her to a good restaurant to eat.

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