When a South African security guard said he's proud of having a job despite not being proud of his position, it moved DJ Euphonik so much that he wants to give the man a better job. Mzansi was so impressed they couldn't stop talking about it on social media.
A lot of people hate their jobs, it's a sad fact of life. However, there are people with grateful spirits that appreciate what they have, even if they don't particularly like it.
A man, known as Solly, expressed his gratitude at having a job on social media, and his humble attitude touched many South Africans.
Solly's simple but powerful tweet inspired many, as reported on by ZAlebs. He said that although he isn't proud of being a security guard, he is proud to have a job.
Word travelled and it reached DJ Euphonik, who was so touched that he wanted to give Solly a better chance in life.
Euphonik immediately asked for Solly's CV, hoping to get him a job as the head of security - a job Solly could be very proud of.
The Twitter streets can be mean and cold, but this time they were heartwarming and kind.
Here's what Mzansi had to say when they saw what Euphonik said:
@Nombuso__M - Euphonik is the Best kodwa bethuna, unentliziyo lobhuti. God has blessed you with the eye to see potential far. Keep on being You,God's blessings to you
@RiriNkuna - Wow... God bless you @euphonik
@ZeeRight - This is the type of content I signed up for
@caramellbarbie - This is beautiful
@LMkhawane - God bless you euphonik
@ErnestB - Twitter is really just the best platform in the world. Someone can tweet out the most random thing and have their life changed forever
@Sharon_Mogoboya - South Africa would be a better place if we could crossover to 2019 with this kind of spirit.
@andi_mabaso - Wow! Ubuntu guys! Such random acts of kindness show that not all is lost in this bad world we find ourselves in This is beautiful !! Siyabonga @euphonik
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