Guy Calls Out His Mum After She Tells A Complete Lie On Facebook And Twitter

It is a mother’s duty to post silly things on Facebook. It is a son’s duty to call his mother out for posting silly things on Facebook.

We all have family members who constantly post the most outrageously silly things on Facebook.


As a matter of fact, the opportunity to read the stupid stuff your family says on Facebook is perhaps the social network’s greatest quality. For 21-year-old Koran Hackman, that one family member happens to be his own mother, Sonya.

Koran was scrolling through his newsfeed when he noticed an odd post from his mum, telling a story about a conversation between Koran’s great-grandmother and his nephew Chance.


It was, supposedly, a beautiful, profound moment, where the three-year-old eloquently told his great-grandmother, “I don’t believe in Santa, I believe in God and through him, all things are possible.”

Now I know what you’re thinking – that’s pretty deep for a three-year-old. While many were impressed by the toddler’s unbelievable wisdom, Koran was having none of it – he didn’t believe for a second that this interaction ever actually took place, in fact, he was so sure of it that he decided to take to Twitter to straight up roast his mum and her lies.

There was no ill-intent with the Tweet, Koran was just having a bit of fun. “I called her out because I enjoy roasting the people I love — whether it’s my beautiful girlfriend, Sarah, my mother, or even my nephew from the post,” he told BuzzFeed News.

As the post began to spread, Koran realised its potential…

And of course, someone was happy to oblige:

Now, the post has been retweeted more than 130,000 times, and the responses have been incredible!

At first, Sonya defended her words:

But it wasn’t long before it all got a bit too much to handle, and she deleted the post.

As Hackman explains, Sonya is “a hardworking, MBA graduate, Army veteran who raised four kids on her own,” which is pretty outstanding, and there’s no denying she’s a real hero – but, she’s a mum, and it is her main duty to lie and subsequently embarrass her children on Facebook.

The best part about the entire ordeal was Sonya’s slight confusion over how massively the whole thing escalated:

Just let this be a lesson to all the mums out there: your sons are watching, and they know exactly what you’re up to.