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While Jia Sarnicola and Zuri Copeland, two six-year-olds who are quite close, believe they are twins, they are not best friends.

According to Jia’s mother, Ashley Sarnicola, the girls had been great friends since they first met at their Miami school when they were three years old.


They were the closest friends when the public first learned about these special souls when they were four years old, but as they’ve grown older, their friendship has grown deeper, and now they claim to be twins.

“They will tell you that they are twins, and they have a long list of reasons why to back it up,” Ashley said.


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The girls claim that their birthdays are very close together on the calendar. They also emphasize their physical similarities, with Jia noting that they are the same height and insist on dressing in the same clothing.

The girls’ birthday celebrations on June 3 and 5 have usually been combined into one big bash over the years.

“They were at a birthday party for a mutual friend, waiting in line to get their faces painted,” Sarnicola said. “She was telling a girl’s older sister they were twins, and the girl gave her an odd look and said, “You’re not twins.” My little girl started bawling and crying because she truly believed she and Zuri were twins.


This lovely pair shares similar features in their personalities as well.

“[They have] the same vibrant energy, intelligence, and heart to take care of others, and both [are] extremely vocal about their needs,” Ashley said.

“We have always taught the girls that being different is cool and to make friends with new people daily,” she said. “In their class at school, there are six different languages between the 15 kids.”


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Jia told her that “she wishes she had chocolate-color skin like Zuri because she likes chocolate better than vanilla.”

The mothers of the girls, who are now close friends, voiced concerns over society dictating how they should feel about one another.

The girls were at a birthday celebration when an older child told them they couldn’t be twins since they didn’t have the same skin color. Sadly, this has already happened.


Jia cried in reply to the callous remark, but she could still get out of this heartbreaking remark.

She said, “You don’t know what you’re talking about.” “We’re twins because we share the same soul.”


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Victoria Williams, Zuri’s 23-year-old sister, was so moved by her reaction that she posted the exchange on Twitter and rallied support for it. It served as the ideal reminder of what mattered most in life.

Valencia, Zuri’s mother, hopes nothing will ever come between them.

“We have a lot to learn, and we can learn from children,” Valencia said, as per CBS News.

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This heartwarming tale of love and acceptance has many valuable lessons for all of us to take away. I have high hopes that they can maintain a connection unbroken by any external force; they are motivating. Would you kindly share?

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