Malcolm X helps less fortunate relatives with basic needs every month

Malcolm X helps less fortunate relatives with basic needs every month

- Mzansi's 'people blesser' revealed that he believes that charity starts at home

- Even though Malcolm has given millions to the public, his family always comes first

- Malcolm spends over R75k every month on basic needs for poor relatives

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Malcolm X is one of the wealthiest men in Mzansi. Even though he is super-generous to the public, Malcolm still believes that charity starts at home.

The boujee business man has built a money-printing empire. When it comes to the finer things in life, Malcolm’s got it all. knows how many people Malcolm has helped in his time. He’s given away millions to the less fortunate without even batting an eye.

Malcolm recently revealed that, aside from his community support, he supports a lot of family members on a monthly basis.

After posting a clip of him buying groceries on social media, Malcolm explained that he is "that uncle who spends R15 000 on groceries for each family and relative".

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Malcolm spends around R75 000 every month on things for his family members. The man helps his poor relatives from all over Mzansi as feels it is his duty to do so.

As long as Malcom has money in the bank, not a single relative of his will go without ‘accommodation, shelter, furniture, clothes, food, medication, transport and education’.

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He also does his best to help them get decent jobs, as well as bursaries and funding for tertiary education. One thing Malcolm does not do is buy his relatives unnecessary luxury items; those they must buy for themselves.

Malcolm believes that poverty could be eliminated if everyone just helped their relatives. He is a strong believer in Ubuntu and hopes that people will follow in his footsteps.

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