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Man Discovers Older Sister Is Actually His Mum At 21 Years Old

Credit: @sham.griffs/TikTok

A man has claimed that he discovered his older sister was actually his mum when he reached 21 years old. 

Sham Griffs, from New York, took to TikTok and admitted he’d always felt a bond with his ‘sibling’ that he hadn’t been able to put into words.

He said: “Okay so you know you always have that one family member that you just do everything with? You have an unbreakable bond, she had my back, I had her back. We fought – as all siblings do – siblings.

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The man discovered that his older sister was actually his biological mum when he reached 21 years old. Credit: @sham.griffs/TikTok

“But nobody on this planet could have come between us.

“So, my mum – honestly, this still feels weird to say – my mother, my biological mother – got pregnant at a young age, a typical teenage pregnancy.

“But being the type of person that she is, she never wanted to get an abortion, especially not for her first child, that was honestly out of the question.”

The TikToker continued: “But honestly, growing up, I always just felt that connection with my older sister.

“She always gave me such a mother vibe, as older sisters are supposed to, but it was just next level, I just felt like there’s something they’re not telling me, but I never questioned it, I grew up in a pretty loving household and I just never questioned it.”

His mother and grandmother had originally planned to tell him when he was 18, however, it wasn’t until he reached 21 that the truth came out.

“So I turned 18 years old and nothing – 19, 20, nothing. I understand because based on what they told me they felt like I wasn’t ready,” he explained. “Stuff happens, that’s life. So they didn’t tell me until I turned 21. Nothing changed, it was shocking, but honestly, it just made the relationship that we already had ten times better.”

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