People's blesser: Malcolm X hands out cash to university students

People's blesser: Malcolm X hands out cash to university students

- The man who calls himself Malcolm X has once again returned to financially bless the masses

- He pulled up on two random students and handed them money

- The video of his act of kindness was uploaded on his social media and left many impressed

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Malcolm X is known to bring blessings wherever he goes and it was no different on this occasion. He pulled up on two random students and handed each of them a stack of cash.

Malcolm posted the video of the random act of kindness on his Instagram page and his followers were left impressed. Rodneykevinchilo said:

"MR X can you visit my workplace and do your magic, we also want those blessings"

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In the footage, Malcolm X is seen getting out a car and walks over to two students. He greets them before handing over money to each of them. He then flashes his now famous signature "X" before climbing back into his car. The students were left looking both grateful and confused.

People's blesser: Malcolm X hands out cash to university students

Source: Instagram/Business.MalcolmX
Source: Instagram

Lukhanyomjekula71 said:

"The guy in the orange hoody looks so confused... Lol bless up Mr X"

Ms_segorez said:

"Over and above everything else I love your selflessness"

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Briefly.co.za reported that he recently handed out R10,000 to women lying on the grass as part of a Domba Dance at the inauguration of President Cyril Ramaphosa. The dance requires a number of women to lie down on the field at the inauguration until they are given money. When he heard the announcement that someone must donate to the women he volunteered.

He also pledged R20 000 to help build the home of viral singing sensation Nosipho Ngubane. He also drove to Ngubane’s home to drop off R10 000 for festive season groceries.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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