Five year old Justice Granberry takes her joy wherever she can get it.
When her mother, Raena Granberry, asked her to put on her mask so they could take a dip in their vacation shopping, she skipped the simple options in her closet and chose something special.
“I told my daughter to grab her mask so we could go into the store. This was the mask she grabbed, ”wrote Raena on Twitter. Attached to the tweet was a picture of Justice wearing a metallic costume mask The Mandalorian, Disney + war of stars Series.
The futuristic kindergarten teacher rounded off the outfit with a sparkling pink tutu, a Peppa Pig T-shirt and a Barbie doll. The tweet immediately went viral as people connected to Justice’s bold decision, including Pedro Pascal, the actor who portrayed the main character The Mandalorian. “My heart didn’t make it,” he tweeted.
According to Buzzfeed News, Justice chose The Mandalorian Mask for one simple reason – “because it was fantastic.”
Raena allowed Justice to wear the mask for her Michaels shopping trip as long as she put a scarf underneath. Daniel Logan, who played Boba Fett, the Mandalorian warrior and bounty hunter in S.tar Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones, agreed to her decision.
“Adorable. Let her know #BobaFett agrees! Looks like she’s got her cloth mask underneath too. Double bounty hunter protection,” he tweeted.
The mother of two takes pride in the fact that her children embrace their individuality.
“Let these kids be who they are, they will be anyway. The more you encourage and love it and let it be, the more great they will be to shine for the world and make it happy,” said Raena.
“I just think the whole year has us all tossed around,” Granberry said. “People really want some light, some joy, which is what we are always looking for … kids are just so pure and happy that you kind of forget all about the mess,” she added.
The entire Granberry family is big on that war of stars Franchise including Papa George who was glad the picture went viral. “I think the picture is important,” he said.
“It shows what we really want, and that’s for the people who wear the mask.”