Heartwarming! Malaysian Student Honors Late Father with Straight A SPM Result at His Grave

The announcement of the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) 2022 results brought joy and celebration for many students, with an overall improvement in the National Average Grade compared to the previous year. 

Among the remarkable achievers was Yusra Humaira, known as TikTok user @langvel.num, who secured an outstanding achievement of 5A+, 3A, and 1A-.

heartwarming! malaysian student honors late father with straight a spm result at his gravePhoto via TikTok (@langvel.num)

However, Yusra's moment of triumph was accompanied by a bittersweet feeling as she recently experienced the loss of her father, who was not there to share in her happiness.

In a viral TikTok video, Yusra paid a heartfelt visit to her father's grave, bringing along her SPM results. With tears in her eyes, she engaged in a conversation with her late father, expressing how much she misses him and considering her excellent results as a gift for him.

The emotional video has gained significant attention, accumulating over 839,000 views and more than 170,300 likes at the time of writing. Netizens were deeply moved by Yusra's touching tribute, leaving comments expressing their sympathy and support.

Yusra, affectionately called "Kakchik" by her father, shared her thoughts in the video, saying, "Kakchik wanted to give my SPM result to you, Ayah, because I know that I worked hard when I first entered KISAS. Even though I didn't get all A+, Kakchik knows that Ayah must be proud of me for getting 9As."

She continued, "Never in my life have I achieved 5A+, 3A, and 1A-. Alhamdulillah, this is thanks to Ayah's and Umi's prayers. Kakchik misses you, Ayah."

Towards the end of the video, Yusra shared video messages from her late father, providing comfort and encouragement during her study journey.

@langvel.num Hadiah untuk ayah harini🥹 #CapCut #fyp #ayah #spm2022 ♬ original sound - Yusra Humaira

Netizens flooded the comments section with heartfelt responses, assuring Yusra that her father would undoubtedly be proud of her from the afterlife. Many sent virtual hugs and extended well wishes for success in both this world and the hereafter.