This Mom's Reaction to Her Son Passing the Bar Exam Is So Heartwarming

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If you need something purely joyful to smile about, we're here to help: A viral video making the rounds on Twitter and Reddit last week shows the love between a mother and son as the pair wait for the results of the son's bar exam.

TV personality April Daniels shared the tender moment with her son Omarr Rambert on her Instagram page last week.

In the video, the UCLA Law graduate is seen logging on to view his bar exam test scores as his mother waits patiently and visibly nervous behind him.

When I asked him what was his plan B, he responded, 'I don’t need a plan B.' He’s always embraced a love for education.

As Rambert claps his hand over his mouth in recognition of his passing score, Daniels realizes in the same moment and begins screaming and cheering for her son.

“Hallelujah! Hallelujah!” shouts Daniels as she begins to cry with happiness. "Thank you, Lord!"

Rambert initially posted the video on his own Instagram page with the caption: “Omarr K. Rambert, Esq. The mission is accomplished, the bag is secured, and this chapter is finished. Shoutout to the big guy upstairs for always holding it down! Officially passed the CA bar exam!"

In the comments, friends and fans wrote messages like "So awesome! Congrats young man!! 🙏🏾💙 *I def teared up at moms joy" and "Let’s go!! Congrats man!! You put in that work!"
Daniels also penned a heartfelt note about her son's journey to this point in a follow-up Instagram post, explaining to fans that her son "made the decision to pursue a career in law while in the 5th grade."
"When I asked him what was his plan B, he responded, 'I don’t need a plan B.' He’s always embraced a love for education that surpassed what was expected. Through his pursuit, his preparation met every opportunity he was given to excel. His ability to perform with excellence has made his family extremely proud," she shared.

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