Malcolm X touches on Black Tax and what he’s sacrificed for it

Malcolm X touches on Black Tax and what he’s sacrificed for it

- Malcolm X is known for sharing his blessings

- The Mzansi businessman revealed that he has sacrificed a lot over the years because of Black Tax

- The culture of giving was instilled in him at a young age and he wouldn’t change it for anything

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The “People's Blesser” Malcolm X revealed that after years of giving he’s “still poor but happy at heart”. Don’t we all wish we were as ‘poor’ as Malcolm X.

Malcolm is known for sharing his blessings with not only his family, but the people of Mzansi too. He is one wealthy man with a very generous heart.

Briefly.co.za has reported on countless times on the wonderful things Malcolm has done for those less fortunate.

Not too long ago, Malcolm revealed that he spends over R70k every month on making sure his relatives' basic needs are met; this is over and above what his gives to the general public.

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Speaking on the topic of Black Tax, Malcolm expressed that over the years he has deprived himself of many luxuries due to the responsibility he has of looking after “family, relatives, friends, acquaintances, enemies and total strangers”.

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Malcolm highlighted that it was his humble beginnings that instilled the culture of giving in him. Admitting that he could be living a much more lavish life than he currently does if he stopped giving, Malcolm is happier knowing that he has been able to help others and would not change it for anything.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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