- Mzansi rapper, Big Zulu, recently opened his heart and donated laptops and printers to a disadvantaged school
- Sharing pictures from the event on social media, Big Zulu said that his acts of service stemmed from love
- Many Mzansi social media users were impressed by his words and hi8s action, and took to social media to let him know
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South African musician, Big Zulu, has a heart of gold. The rapper recently shared snaps of himself doing some charitable work. Big Zulu gave away laptops and printers to a school which he did not identify in his post.
Explaining his random act of kindness, Big Zulu said that he acted out of love.
“I do this ngothando :heart: you can’t take this away from me.”
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Big Zulu also did not disclose exactly how many printers and laptops were given away but the act in itself left a lot of his fans impressed by his generosity.
Mzansi reacts to Big Zulu's charitable deeds
Check out the reactions from impressed fans:
“I remember back in 2009 if I am not mistaken you were performing iGusheshe kuso leskole, Obonjaneni Primary School...Sibonge Nkabi for giving back to the community.”
“May the heavenly God bless you sir, I so wish nabanye bazeke mzekweni and understand that sharing the little that you have is better than doing nothing.”
“I salute you Brol God bless you Big Zulu.”
“Blessed are the hands that gives and inspire more to do the same , as we are a nation that gives and take care of each other.”
Big Zulu's new epic single 'Inhlupheko' hits number 1 on iTunes
Briefly News previously reported that Big Zulu's new song Inhlupheko hit Number 1 on iTunes. The rapper only dropped the track on 12 March, 2021. He featured singer Mduduzi Ncube.
The star took to Twitter to share a screenshot of iTunes where his new single was sitting comfortably at the Number 1 spot. According to the screenshot, his massive hit Imali Eningi was sitting at Number 2.
Inkabi captioned his post:
"Nkabi Nation, Inhlupheko is sitting on number 1, Mali Eningi number 2. The biggest songs in SA. Siyabonga kakhulu. Nkabi Records."