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Autistic Farnborough boy's drawing goes viral

Ice Cube

Published by the Eagle Radio News Team at 6:11pm 14th July 2017. (Updated at 6:15pm 14th July 2017)

A drawing by an autistic boy from Farnborough has gone viral, after his mum made a plea on Twitter.

The 14-year-old drew an incredibly life-like profile of rapper Ice Cube.

His mum, Helen, posted the image on Twitter with the message: "My son has autism and other issues, he's 14 and can't write well but he drew this last night.

"Would make his day if you liked it x"

The Tweet was posted directly to Ice Cube but fans have got involved too.

It now has 40,000 likes and has been retweeted more than 5,000 times.

Ice Cub retweeted it himself, with the simple message: "Incredible."

The rapper's message has been retweeted almost 50,000 times and liked more than 250,000 times.

The power of social media, everybody.

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