“Thank You BI”: Mzansi Touched by BI Phakathi, He Blesses Kids Who Sold Teddies for Rent Cash

“Thank You BI”: Mzansi Touched by BI Phakathi, He Blesses Kids Who Sold Teddies for Rent Cash

  • Well-known philanthropist, BI Phakathi has touched many hearts once again, he just splashed R2200 to children who were selling teddy bears to raise rent money
  • Phakathi’s good deeds have made a huge difference to the kids, the video shows their excitement as they will no longer worry about a place to stay
  • There’s no doubt that the Good Samaritan’s heart has a positive impact on many people's lives and the reactions are all about encouraging the man to bless many

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BI Phakathi is really a hero after helping a number of kids who were looking for food and rent money. The man initially asked the kids for directions to Pretoria, Tshwane.

Upon seeing their desperation as they told him they are selling teddy bears with the aim of raising rent money, he decided to help them with some cash totalling R2,200.

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Phakathi is known for operating in the Durban area and has seriously touched many lives, including his followers who commended his efforts.

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BI Phakathi is a hit on social media after helping children. Image: @BIPhakathi/Facebook
Source: Facebook

The post reads:

@Dakle Griffiths said:

“That has removed their woes for a while and lifted their spirits. This family are doing the best they can with the little they have. Such young children shouldn’t have to have these worries but unfortunately many in this world have even less.”

@Lura Jones said:

“Thanks to this guy, these kids have a roof over their heads.”

@Ashmi Gajadhar said:

“What a Blessing to receive money for their rent and also food, two basic essentials that they must have to survive. These kids will go very far in life, they are all out there against the many odds selling their teddy bears.”

@Ernest Modibe said:

“I watch your videos with excitement but in the end, I cry and you have changed my life I leave something everywhere I meet people the needy. And my family background is not good but I push so hard to also cater for them because of you.”

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@Andile KaMajola said:

“Thank you my brother BI God bless and keep increasing you to be a blessing to His people and grant you more days on earth to keep helping more and more people.”

@Phomolo Mohanoe said:

“That's God spirit doesn't matter your skin colour, to God we are one. Keep up the good work broer, so touched. You ploughed the seed in me, by seeing this video.”

@hristel Aylward said:

“The poor kids should not have to beg for food, thank you BI for once again opening your heart and helping them.”

@Japie Muller said:

“BI, I am lost for words. You have a heart of gold. I have been following you for a while and the way you see people no matter of skin colour is so inspiring.”

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@Nadira Haaliff said:

“I can’t help but worry the small kids that size walking around. Well done BI helping keep roof over their head.”

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@Fortune Dlamini said:

“Hardships are colourless and you are a sign of the good things that we can do. We all together in this life thing. I love your great energy.”

BI Phakathi blesses a gogo who reminds him of his grandmother who raised him

In other stories, Briefly News reported that BI Phakathi, South Africa's faceless philanthropist has helped another citizen of South Africa who deserved it.

BI encountered an old lady struggling with a bag on her back and asked her where she was going.

She replied that she was heading to the dump. He asked if she was hungry and she said that she'd like some bread.

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