Magnetism of reduced graphene oxide/rGO prepared by a green synthesis method from coconut shells (rGO-s) and the commercial product (rGO-c, ®Graphenea) have been investigated. Similar magnetic feature of a weak ferromagnetism concomitant with diamagnetic nature was observed in both samples. At 300 K, the saturation magnetization (MS) of rGO-s is approximately 14×10-3 emu/g, which is about 3 times of that observed in rGO-c (∼5×10-3 emu/g). The noticeable difference in the MS is suggested due to the different concentration of oxygen-functional groups and other defects presented in the rGO sheets. The samples have similar structure and contains similar functional groups, yet rGO-s contains higher concentration of oxygen-functional groups and defects than rGO-c. A paramagnetic behavior was also indicated at low temperature. This study supports an indication of the defect-induced-magnetism in rGO and confirms that various magnetic features, such as ferromagnetic, diamagnetic and paramagnetic, can coexist in rGO.