Boity's act of kindness gives tweeps the feels: Your mom raised a queen!

Boity's act of kindness gives tweeps the feels: Your mom raised a queen!

Boitumelo Thulo, who is best known by Boity, warmed the hearts of South Africans after she helped a woman in need.

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A young South African woman who goes by the Twitter handle @TheRealPeeM reached out to Boity on Twitter on Tuesday, asking the celeb to help her out financially.

The lady explained she got a job in Midrand, but she had no money, so she could not afford a place to stay.

“Hi @Boity I need your help with accommodation for the month of August . I got a Job in Midrand and I don't have a place to stay. There is a room at Ebony Park near the company and it's R1500, Please Help Me. Thank you,” @TheRealPeeM captioned the post.

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Now, a lot of people would think it was a long shot for Boity to even see the post, never mind offer to help.

However, shortly after the young lady asked her help, Boity responded to her request by agreeing to give her the money she needed.

Briefly.co.za saw Boity’s act of kindness sparked an overwhelming response on social media, with fans praising her for opening her heart and wallet to the woman.

Mandi MaKhumalo wrote, “You’re an angel. God bless you. May you never lack anything in your entire life. Even if it’s not true it’s not on you but on them. Keep doing what your heart tells you.”

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