Remember last year’s ‘BBC dad’ who got viral after his kids barged into his room in the middle of an interview? This year, it is the Al Jazeera dad’– a film historian– who has become internet’s favourite, after his kid made a ‘special apperance’ during the live interview. In fact, the news organisation put out a tweet saying ‘We just had a BBC moment on Live TV’ and the text on the video read ‘during a live interview with the historian, we had a special appearance’
Here’s Al Jazeera’s tweet:
We just had a BBC moment on live TV. pic.twitter.com/HJf3Rsguvk
— Al Jazeera English (@AJEnglish) January 8, 2018
The adorable dad-son duo soon went viral on social media with people even suggesting that ‘having kids in the background can make the news a lot more bearable’. We can’t agree more. And, the kid in the video not only took part in the discussion (with his father) about Hollywood, he can be also seen running a car on his dad’s shoulder in the video.
Ok, we have a BBC dad already, and now an Al Jazeera dad. We love this & makes my day!
— W. Wang’s World Commentary (@wworldcomment1) January 9, 2018
Can this be a thing? Adorable kids in the background would make the news a lot more bearable!
— Tim Wright, Herald of Dooooooooooooooom (@timswar) January 9, 2018
Liked it, the way he said yes!
— Mohamed Abdullahi (@DaljireAli) January 9, 2018
Awwwwwww…. and the news anchor was being such a sweetheart.
— Via R. (@Jakafe) January 9, 2018
wow, you even refer to it as a “bbc” moment. kudos
— Deji Idowu |