While Jia Sarnicola and Zuri Copeland, two six-year-olds who are close enough, truly believe they are twins, they are not the best of friends.
According to Gia’s mother, Ashley Sarnicola, the girls have been best friends since they first met when they were three years old at their school in Miami.
They were the closest of friends when the public first learned about these remarkable individuals when they were four years old, but as they got older, their friendship deepened and now they claim to be twins.
They’ll confirm they’re twins and give you a long list of excuses, says Ashley.
The girls claim to share their birthday almost exactly. Jia points out that they are the same height and insisted that they wear matching costumes, further emphasizing their physical resemblance.
For years, girls have been celebrating their birthdays on June 3 and 5.
These two are remarkably similar in their personalities.
Ashley added that they both have the same vibrant energy, intellect and heart to care for people. Both are very vocal about their demands.
She added that the girls were always told that it’s good to be unique and meet new people every day. The 15 students in their class speak six different languages at school.
Jia informed him, according to her, that she prefers chocolate to vanilla and wished she had Zuri’s skin tone.
The girls’ mothers, who are now close friends, expressed concern about how society dictates how they should feel about each other.
The girls were at a birthday party when an older child informed them that they couldn’t be twins because they didn’t have the same skin color. Unfortunately, this has already happened.
Jia cried in response to the callous remark, but still managed to utter this devɑstating phrase..
She said she didn’t know what they were talking about. Since they share the same soul, they are twins.
Victoria Williams, Zuri’s 23-year-old sister, was so moved by her reaction that she tweeted the interaction and received support for it. It served as an ideal lesson on what is most important in life.
Valencia, Zuri’s mother, says she doesn’t want anything to separate them.
Valencia said that we all have a lot to learn and we can learn from children.
This heartwarming story of tolerance and love has many lessons we can all learn. They are role models, so let’s hope their friendship survives and is unbreakable. Here you go.