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YouTube Star Pays Off Parents' Mortgage With Surprise Check! Find Out How Much It Was AND What Real Family Love Looks Like HERE!

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YouTube star finally can afford to pay off his parents' mortgage! How big is the check he wrote??

Tim Chantarangsu, better known as Timothy DeLaGhetto, is a comedian, rapper, YouTube star and frequent guest on Nick Cannon's improv comedy show Wild 'N Out.

He's also one of the sweetest sons any parent could ever ask for!

He recently made good on a promise he made a while ago, to pay off his parents' house.

Timothy uploaded a video to his YouTube channel, which has 2.5 million subscribers, and in it, said:

"Ever since I was a little kid, I made a promise to my dad and my mom. 'I promise you, I'm gonna pay off the house,' and finally, this is the day I got my funds right, and I'm gonna surprise them with the check."

That's when he then introduced his adorable parents and surprised them with a check for $340,000!!

That's incredible! We can't even imagine how amazing that must've felt!

Check out the video (below) to see his parents' heartwarming reaction.

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2 comments to “YouTube Star Pays Off Parents' Mortgage With Surprise Check! Find Out How Much It Was AND What Real Family Love Looks Like HERE!”

  1. Zinita says – reply to this


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    boring…

  2. m4dm1nnes0tan says – reply to this


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    This made me cry actually! LOL
    I dont have either of my parents (both have passed away) and I made the same promise…but I never got the chance to even see their reactions; my dad passed when I was 12 and my mom when I was 20 (I'm 23)
    Good job dude! :'))