When Cyn Symoné overheard a mother crying in an airport bathroom stall, she ended up starting a conversation and helping the mother and her children get a hotel room for the night.
Cyn Symoné was traveling to Los Angeles and ended up missing her flight. She was upset and had to rebook to catch another flight the following day, but when she finally arrived at LAX, she understood the reason why she needed to be there at that time.
Cyn Symoné has stunned the internet as she shared her encounter at the airport on Facebook. She wrote:
“I missed my first flight to LA yesterday & had to catch another, I was so upset.. But now I know why !!!!
When I finally got to LAX baggage claim I went to the bathroom to check my little makeup y’all know me … & I heard a woman crying so hard …. I was thinking should I say something like “it’s gonna be okay” , but I was nervous and she was speaking Spanish so I didn’t know if she’d even understand me …
I left and came back to the bathroom like 4 times while I was waiting for my bags to come down (full flight) and I heard her say “but the bus doesn’t come until tomorrow “ 😢 OMG my heart dropped …
so I asked her if she had Zelle or CashApp she said no‼️ So I asked her if I could pay for her a hotel until tomorrow and she stopped crying and opened the stall door AND I SEEN THE SLEEPING KIDS !!! Omg y’all ‼️‼️‼️
I felt so happy to help her , knowing I just be spending my little money on bullshit … so she rode with me to the Marriott and I got her a room ❤️”
The young mother afterwards told Cyn that she had been praying for help and she did not know what to do, and that’s when Cyn showed up in her life.
“Got your number, my name is Cyn. If you need anything else for your family let me know not a bother at all I’ve been there before TRUST ME !!! Have a goodnight girly !!!” Cyn texted the young mother.
“Thank you so much as much as I was praying to God to figure it out and you showed up, I’m so thankful. May the lord bless you times 2. good night,” the mother replied.
Cyn didn’t share what had happened at first, but after reflecting on how many other people likely heard the mother crying in the bathroom but were too uncomfortable to approach her to help, she decided to share it in hopes of inspiring others to reach out to people in their times of need.
“I wanted to share this because I kept thinking… how many people came into the bathroom, heard her crying, didn’t know there were kids, and kept going?… I’m glad I said something because she was super sweet and appreciative 🤍🤍🤍 When I woke the next morning, I thought to myself, if people only knew the extent of the crying woman in the stall… for most, seeing is believing… I hope everyone takes something from this ❤️”