From blesser to crime fighter: Malcolm X furious over weave snatcher video

From blesser to crime fighter: Malcolm X furious over weave snatcher video

Malcolm X was reportedly fuming after he saw a video of a weave snatcher, which has since gone viral.

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The People's Blesser was left angry and heartbroken after he watched a video of thug who stole a woman's weave off of her head while she sat in traffic.

Taking to social media, Malcolm X shared the video and wrote it kept him awake at night. He then called on his followers to help him find the victim so that he could help her.

"I can’t sleep after watching this: please link me with her and I’ll replace everything she was robbed of, including her bag, cash & weave! She’s so broken!" Times LIVE reported he wrote.

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From blesser to crime fighter: Malcolm X furious over weave snatcher video

From blesser to crime fighter: Malcolm X furious over weave snatcher video. Photo credit: Instagram/Malcolm X.
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Briefly.co.za reported previously a video has started circulating on social media which showed a thug stealing a motorist's weave.

The video was shared on Twitter by social media user @Snenezy, who captioned it: "Do not drive with windows open."

The video sparked quite the reaction on social media and South Africans could not believe criminals are now stealing hair.

However, some saw the opportunity to make terrible puns about the incident and it was 'unbeweavable!'

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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