The Internet can be a very toxic place and can often be frowned upon by parents, who try to keep their children away from, for example, social networks or share videos created by them on YouTube, so as not to be the focus of some kind of harassment. But on the other hand, sometimes communities on the web can be quite friendly and acting en masse, creating situations that make us keep faith in humanity. The latest example of this is what happened with a canal de YouTube called “Mr.Tailandia Countryballs and his friends”, managed by an 8-year-old boy named Braulio, who has made news in recent hours thanks to a photo of a wooden YouTube plate, which was made by hand by his father, who wanted to celebrate his 1,400 subscribers on the platform.
Along with the photos, the proud father said that he did it to continue supporting his little boy, adding that he hoped that “youtube is not offended, I do not have the rights, my son wanted a plaque and I made it for him out of wood for exceeding 1,400 subscribers in your channel”. Fear that in the end was totally unfounded since his story not only went viral on the social network and the entire Internet, but it was also the YouTube Latin America account itself who replied celebrating the gift, saying that in addition to surely he will soon receive the Official YouTube plaque for 100,000 subscribers.
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And it is that after the images were published on Twitter by the account @BrainsG and then replicated in @Indie5051receiving responses from several users of the social network who said they were going to subscribe to the child’s channel, even from the official Latin American Google account itself.
In addition, this father’s action has had an even happier ending, since at the time of writing this note, he has just reached 100,000 subscribers in a few hours, after many users found out about the news and saw the images, beginning to subscribe to Braulio’s channel.
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