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This Woman Sent Her Neighbor Flowers After She Saw That She Was Upset And Now People Are Celebrating Girl Love

"Girls look out for girls."

Posted on March 10, 2017, at 5:34 p.m. ET

This is Anzie Dasabe, 18, from Brooklyn.


And this is her 21-year-old classmate and neighbor, Rebekah Lambdin.

Rebekah Lambdin

On Wednesday night, Lambdin saw Dasabe crying. "I was running down the stairs with tears streaming down my face," Dasabe told BuzzFeed News.

"Rebekah was passing by at the same time then stop to ask me what was wrong and I just choked out 'boys' and kept running," she said.

"We had two classes previously but we didn't know each other very well."

"I wanted to help her," said Lambdin. So that night, she left some flowers on Dasabe's doorstep with a note.

This girl in my building saw me crying in the hallway last night and sent me these this morning

The teen found the surprise in the morning.

Rebekah Lambdin

"It made me feel like someone cared. Oftentimes in New York City when people are crying you just try to avoid eye contact," Dasabe said.

So many people responded to Dasabe's tweet with a suggestion.


@NOTODAYLIVE, @skinnyluke, @hautehoseok, @GhostBadlands

People thought that it was a prime example of ~women helping women.~

@pinsandnoodles @egyptique a beautiful example of girls loving a supporting other girls 💪

They said "we need more girl love like this."

@egyptique we need more girl love like this

"How many times has a woman rescued you?" asked one person.


Dasabe sent Lambidn a note, thanking her for the flowers. "Girls look out for girls," she wrote.

Anzie Dasabe

A BuzzFeed News investigation, in partnership with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, based on thousands of documents the government didn't want you to see.