Malcolm X has been in the business of helping people for a long time. It came to light that he was helping people and sadly, there were people who reacted negatively to his blessings. However, Malcolm told them to shove their jealousy.
Malcolm X became known as "the people's blesser" after videos and photos of his generosity were shared on social media.
He soon became a favourite hero of South Africans - the kind of person who goes out there and gives a helping hand simply because he can.
However, people sometimes reacted negatively to what Malcolm was doing. But as reported by TimesLIVE, he told the haters to keep their jealousy and he'll keep his philanthropy.
This came after Malcolm reached out to a little girl and her family in a big way. Just over two weeks ago, Briefly.co.za reported about a video of a little girl with an angelic voice went viral.
However, her home situation seemed dire, and South Africans called out for help for the family.
And help came, thanks to Malcolm. Nosipho Ngubane and her family will soon be living in a much better situation after Malcolm reached out to the government and got them involved in helping the family.
He also pledged R10 000 towards the new home.
Were it not for her pics and videos on social media, we wouldn’t have known about Nosipho’s tough life that entails sleeping in a mud house that gets flooded during rainy season. Haters, keep your jealousy and let me keep my philanthropy.
This will be an ongoing project.
Despite my wish to build a house for Nosipho’s family, it’s going to be a collective effort as there are people who have already bought building material and are on the verge of building. I’m going to be part of the collective.
This is a wonderful thing to see, so close to Christmas. Way to go, Malcolm X.
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