WATCH: This video — just… awwwww. KTLA TV News Reporter Courtney Friel Makes Pre-K Student Andrew Macias Cry for His Mommy. 'Don't hate me' LOS ANGELES, CA - In Los Angeles, students headed back to class at City Terrace Elementary School. Among the students, 4-year-old Andrew Macias started pre-kindergarten on Tuesday. Cop Doing the 'Whip' and 'Nae Nae' at Utah 7-Eleven Caught on Video, Police Officer Dances in Store https://youtu.be/6W1pKg6q20U When talking with KTLA 5's Courtney Friel, Macias gave a tearful answer about his mother. She was off-camera to give him a hug afterwards. 4-year-old cries on TV when asked about his mom, first day of school. 4-Year-Old Tries to Be Brave, Tears Up When Reporter Asks About Mom, First Day of School. 4-Year-Old Boy Gives Tearful Back-To-School Interview. TV reporter makes boy, 4, cry when she asks if he will miss his mom on first day of pre-kindergarten in Los Angeles When you’re a kid, your mommy is your world. But as you grow up, you start to grow apart and find your own path. But deep down inside, you’ll always be attached to your mother. It’s human nature. And that has never been more apparent than when KTLA reporter Courtney Friel asked incoming Pre-K student Andrew Macias if he’ll miss his mother while at school. At first he proudly declared “No,” and laughed, likely thinking, “I got this. I’ma be my own lil man!” And then he cried, realizing he can’t fight the truth: He’s definitely gonna miss his mommy.