- A video of Singaporean Twitch streamer Ng Sher Ren stopping her “Valorant” livestream to save her father’s life has gone viral.
- In the TikTok video, Ng can be seen playing the first-person shooter game with three teammates before hearing a sound nearby.
- After realizing that her father is not feeling well, she abandons her online match.
- “My dad had a heart attack… his heart stopped once in the hosp [sic]. His condition is stable now,” Ng wrote in her post’s caption.
- TikTok users commended Ng’s decision to attend to her father – even if that meant losing her match.
- Ng’s video, which was posted on Thursday, has already garnered over 670,000 views and more than 80,000 likes.
A video of a Singaporean Twitch streamer stopping her “Valorant” livestream to save her father’s life has gone viral.
TikTok user and influencer Ng Sher Ren posted the 30-second clip on Thursday. The video, which has already garnered over 670,000 views and more than 80,000 likes, starts with a zoom in of a scoreboard and onscreen text that says, “Threw the game but saved my dad’s life.”
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