Twitter isn’t everyone’s favorite place, and it’s completely understandable as to why. Some people are really upset with Twitter for their refusal to ban Donald Trump and other aggressive bullies like him. People are also continually pressing Twitter for better rules and consequences for harassment, especially toward women. But, for all the bad, Twitter can also be an extremely heartwarming place. For instance, a young woman recently shared her pride in her mother chasing her dreams. This lovely mother-daughter story involves Taylor Swift’s “Delicate” music video.
After the “Delicate” music video premiered, teenager Megumi Cheng tweeted the story of her mother, Junko Cheng, who appeared in the video. Junko played the role of a woman applying lipstick. She directly faces Swift, but she can’t see her because Swift is “invisible” to the world.
But there’s more to the story. Megumi informed Twitter that her mother decided to pursue acting at age 57. Of course, people were immediately touched by the story. It’s so sweet that Megumi took to Twitter to praise her mother. Seeing that kind of encouragement from a teen just makes everything feel so wonderful.
Congratulations to Junko for chasing her dreams.
Junko is also on Twitter and joined in on the fun.
She even started to share stories from the set!
It sounds like Taylor Swift is just as kind as she seems.
Many were really excited to see the representation of Asian women, who are wholly underrepresented in entertainment.
People are now big Junko Cheng stans and we couldn’t be happier about it.
This is just proof that everyone should share their pride in their parents’ accomplishments. We hope to see much more of Junko Cheng in the future!