If you're having a bad Monday, here's something guaranteed to make it better.
Maryland rapper Spencer, 22, who goes by the producer moniker High Class Filth, flew to Florida on Friday (local time) to meet Roz, an 81-yearold retiree he befriended on online game 'Words With Friends'.
In a tweet which has received over 1 million likes and 200,000 retweets, Spencer told of how the unlikely friendship came about.
"We played 300+ games together and she actually ended up becoming a good friend of mine. Today I got to go to Florida and meet her in person," he wrote.
The meeting was set up by Amy Butler, a pastor at Spencer's local church. She flew to Florida alongside Spencer, also sharing photos from his meeting with Roz.
"Sweet day today with Spencer and his #wordswithfriends friend, Roz, watching them bond in person for the first time. #relationshipschangeus," she wrote.
The pair played over 300 games of the Scrabble-like online game, with Spencer sharing his record of matches, showing he's won 210 out of their 324 games.
"To clear the air, she was not crushing me boy don't play with me," he wrote.
Although as another user pointed out; "She crushing you in unique words damn bruh".