Father Of The Trending Akurinu Boy Finally Speaks About His Son.
If you frequently visit social media sites you might have come across this hilarious boy who is cracking many people's ribs due to his comic nature and how he talks like an adult person despite him being too young.
This boy called Maina says that he can not help his father because he always drinks a lot of alcohol and smokes cigarettes with the little money he gets. Maina also said that his dream is to go to university and help his mother and his siblings.
After this video went viral on all social media sites, many people become curious to know more about Maina's family and home and by good luck, they were able to come across his two parents.
His father said that Maina, his son can not give him the money that he gets from vending other people's shoes in the market, he gave it to his mother and eat the rest. He continued by saying that Maina is the 8th born among his 11 children.
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