Malcolm X wishes ungrateful students would just say thank you

Malcolm X wishes ungrateful students would just say thank you

Malcolm X, fondly known as South Africa's people's blesser, recently opened up about how ungrateful some students are. He says they don't even thank him for the money he sends to help them out.

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Ever since South Africans learned about the generous stranger known only as Malcolm X and how he gives money to those in need without asking in return, he has been hailed as a hero.

Malcolm X said his motivation is not to gain anything, but to help the less fortunate. His actions will hopefully inspire others to give a helping hand as well.

However, not everyone is as grateful for his help, or at least, they don't thank him for what he does for them.

Malcolm X said it is a thankless job to help others, as reported on by TimesLIVE.

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The generous man gives money to students to help them out with their study costs, but most of them won't even bother to thank him.

How I wish students I send these little amounts (of money) to could just say, 'Thank you, Malcolm.' Just that.

Briefly.co.za gathered that Malcolm sent R3 000 to a female student who hasn't thanked him yet.

However, this won't stop him from doing good.

After wiring R3 000 to her account, this student that I’ve never met hasn’t said anything and she’s not the only one, but I’ll never stop.

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In fact, Malcolm joined rapper AKA, who donated R100 000 to a fund for students at Wits University.

This is the kind of heroes that South Africa needs, even the ungrateful members of our society.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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