Grandma’s tough love for her granddaughter’s clothes sparks a lot of love on social media
FORREST CITY, Ark. – It wasn’t COVID-19, but bad fashion that kept a woman in Forrest City Arkansas from visiting her grandmother.
Jayla Williams shared a video on her Facebook page of her grandmother refusing to let in her house after showing up with ripped jeans on her thighs.
âShe gets out of the car, and when she walks around the car, she looked naked,â Maedean Wilson-Brewer said.
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Williams said her grandmother liked to joke, but this time she knew she was serious, so she pulled out her phone and started recording their conversation on the jeans.
“Grandma, then, can’t I come in the house?” Not like this. Not with these, âBrewer said.
In the video, her grandmother threatened to call her mother and told her to leave.
âShe said ‘I don’t care if you call your mom; she shouldn’t have let you come here with those pants on, âWilliams said.
Brewer wanted to teach his granddaughter a lesson, but had no idea she would inspire others.
Williams’ video has gotten a few thousand views on Facebook and people have left messages praising the grandmother.
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Williams even posted a second video showing her returning home to her grandmother in different pants.
âI told him to walk around the car. Okay, you can come in, âBrewer said.
Brewer thinks the videos were funny and is glad she held on.
“To those young parents and grandparents, you can’t stop your grandchildren from doing all they do and buying pants with holes in them, but you can do this – you can stop them from coming to your house dressed. like that, âBrewer said. .
As for jeans? Brewer said her granddaughter should burn them.
Williams said she would consider getting rid of it for her grandmother.
âShe represents the world to me,â said Williams.
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