A YouTube video of twin brothers telling their father that they’re gay has started to go viral — with more than 700,000 views in less than 24 hours. Watch below.
Brothers Aaron and Austin Rhodes posted the video on their popular YouTube channel Wednesday to share the moving moment with their more than 70,000 followers.
In the video, the brothers say they want to start the new year being honest. They proceed by telling their viewers that they’re gay. The brothers then admitted that they still have one more family member to tell before they can post the video.
The brothers appear to then call their dad. They tell him, in real time, that their both gay and wait with baited breath for the response.
Their father’s positive response is almost immediate.
“You know I love you both. That will never change,” he says on the phone.
As the brothers are brought to tears, their father talks about becoming more accepting over time and assures them both that they’re normal.
“I can’t undo being your dad,” he said.
At the end of the video the brothers breathe a sigh of relief.