Malcolm X opens up about where he gets the money he so freely gives away

Malcolm X opens up about where he gets the money he so freely gives away

Malcolm X is known as the People's Blesser because he's so generous and is always trying to give a helping hand to those in need. However, many people wonder where Malcolm gets the money he so happily gives away.

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Malcolm X is one of those men who care enough about his fellow South Africans to want to help them any way he can. Usually, he does that by donating his money and time to those who need it.

But many people can't help but wonder where he gets his money from and how he can part with it so easily.

Malcolm is a businessman and has reportedly given away more than R4 million in his endeavours to help others.

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TimesLIVE reported that Malcolm X is the is the president of two consulting companies and that some of the money he gives away comes from other kind-hearted people.

Although he is seen as a hero, he is no Robin Hood, he doesn't steal from the rich to give to the poor.

I am the president of Malcolm X consulting MXC. I am also the president of 1651 consulting. Not all the money I give away is my money.
Some of the money is from people who say' Look here. Please send me your banking details because I want to assist you. I want to help you.'

Briefly.co.za gathered that some people were so curious about Malcolm X's finances that they called for the Hawks and NPA to investigate his sources of income.

However, Malcolm is not about to stop his good deeds any time soon.

The people that are talking don't know me and they think this is a temporary thing. This is my lifestyle and it won't stop. Most of my critics have nothing to offer to the needy. They don't give. People who give like I do, don't criticise because they know the real value of giving.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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