Dad buys PS5 for young son on birthday for beating cancer twice

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A kind-hearted father has bought the new PS5 for his six-year-old son on his birthday not only to mark his new age but also to celebrate his son’s ability to beat cancer twice.

Obi Dadi (@Obi_Dadi) said he is proud of his son primarily because he battled cancer at such a very young age; when the Coronavirus pandemic has just broken and fears were heightened.

Obi said he feels too proud of his son for not giving up and beating cancer twice thus it has become much of pride for him to reward and celebrate him on his birthday with a valuable yet perfect gift like the Play Station 5 (PS5).

He wrote:

This how you do it when you beat CANCER 2x & turn 6 in a PANDEMIC. Happy birthday son

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Check Out Some Of The Reactions He got on his post

 

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