July 13, 2024


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Hilarious Video of Crying Boy Demanding His Tech Gadget Tickles Netizens: “Give Me My iPad”


  • A little boy was in tears as he threw tantrums at his mother for not giving him his iPad
  • In the hilarious clip, the boy argued with his mum that he had agreed to give him the tablet once he was in Grade two
  • While the two debated the agreement, with the boy almost in Grade two, netizens expressed mixed feelings about the parent-child relationship

A funny clip of a young boy in tears asking for his gadget has been doing rounds on social media.

Boy mad for not getting his iPad.
Boy mad for not getting his iPad. Photo grabs: Niz Ma.
Source: Facebook

In the black and white clip that left netizens in stitches, the small boy demanded his iPad from his mum.

He was furious that his mother apparently did not keep the end of her bargain as they had agreed.

Give it to me

He was mad that his mum, who did not shout at him despite the tantrums, withheld his precious iPad.

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“Give me my iPad, when I’m in Grade two. You must give me my iPad. Let me use it,” the upset boy yelled at his mother emotionally while indicating two with his index and middle finger.

His mother, on the other side, calmly responded to his over-the-line boy, saying:

“Boy, you’re not in Grade two, you are still in Grade One.”

The stunned boy was silent for a moment, knowing his mother was right, standing in front of the curtains.

“I’m almost in Grade two,” the impatient boy shouted, but the mum said, “You’re almost, almost,” as the boy shrunk between the curtains in despair.

Fans mixed reactions

The little boy’s reactions elicited mixed reactions from social media users, with some disappointed with the little man’s behaviour.

Others criticised the parenting style of the mother, while others said raising kids in the current generation was hard.

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Wahu Kagwi:

“In Africa? ‍Do you need to borrow my slipper?”

Ifeoma Otu Ekpenyong:

“The only problem I have with this conversation is the usage of ‘MUST’ for the mother. It’s natural for some children to express their anger by raising their voices and throwing a tantrum. He’s exasperated that his mummy is not seeing things from his perspective. It’s not that deep. He’s still young enough to be cautioned about the proper usage of certain words and the right context.

This young man lives in Nigeria. Allow him to vent in peace..”

uji Ior Daniel:

“Parents making life difficult for teachers imagine a teacher having five of this in his class.”

Bekee Bekee:

” I am laughing in Swahili. My child raise his voice at me like this? Talkback at me? When you are mentally stable? Omo, I can’t imagine it.

Except this boy is Autistic or has any other mental problem, this is 100% wrong. All shades of wrong.”

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Ensuring quality screen time for kids

In a separate story, TUKO.co.ke published about screen time issues for children, what was right and what could be done about it.

Since lockdown, many children have been glued to screens through different technological gadgets.

While some watched educational programs to enhance their learning process, some content would be inappropriate.

Parents were advised to watch what their kids watched and protect them from inappropriate content.

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Source: TUKO.co.ke


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