two children of theUSAthey became the protagonists of the followinghistoryWhat happened? So they both turnedtrendofsocial networksWhatTwitterfor his hilarious and touching conversation during a children’s baseball game, which produced thousands of hilarious comments, but also many more moved by the innocence of the little ones.
It all starts with the father of Kamden (6) and Hayes (5), Chad Hunt , who is a complete fan of the segments with microphones during the games, so he came up with the idea of putting these devices on his children, during the matchup held by the Sioux Empire Baseball Association .
And what none of the three thought is that the conversation the brothers had would go viral, reaching millions of people, when Austin Bramley , a Twitter user shared the clip on July 13, obtaining, so far, more than 1.3 million reproductions .
On the tape we can hear the particular conversation of the little ones: “It’s raining tacos in heaven, nom, nom, nom, yummy in my belly ,” says Kamden , while Hayes is not far behind as he stands on the mound: “No one tells me ‘the pitcher has a big butt’” .
These comments are repeated countless times, but also other more serious ones, such as when the older brother tries to give game instructions to a teammate to squeeze the ball at second base .
To media such as USA Today , Bramley , the uncle of one of the boys who plays on the Kamden and Hayes team, commented: “I think people just think it’s hilarious and it’s some kind of group of kids having fun, they play baseball and are completely cheerful. What’s great is that it was totally natural . “
Bramley confessed that it was Chad (father of the children), the brain behind the funny video, but, yes, he had no idea that it would go viral, even reaching national TV networks.
“The main reason I did it was for my family and kids to remember it one day, so we definitely took care of that. What I like to see is how much they have already been affected. It has opened some people’s eyes to what baseball is . And to reiterate, at a younger age, that it’s not just about winning , ” Hunt told USA Today .