People's blesser: Malcolm X gives out money to needy strangers

People's blesser: Malcolm X gives out money to needy strangers

- A video has been shared showing a display of kindness

- The people's blesser, Malcolm X, is seen handing out money to disadvantaged strangers

- Many social media users were impressed by the noble act

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Malcolm X has once again shared his wealth with fellow South Africans. The man dubbed the 'people's blesser' handed out R100 notes to random people on the street. Social media users were impressed by the kind act while others hoped that the homeless would not misuse the money.

The video of the random act of kindness was shared by popular philanthropist BI Phakathi. It received over 5 000 reactions. Social media users were inspired by the kindness displayed in the video.

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Facebook user Vaniah Penuel said:

"You really inspire me so much, what you do is really amazing regardless of what they end up using the money or food for. As long as you have done your part of being kind and helpful as the lord instructs us to do.. God bless you more and may he bless me with wisdom and knowledge on how I can be of help to the poor and needy too"

Buntu Mvumvu said:

"My role model. People i want to emulate. Bringing back hope, helping the needy and most importantly putting back smiles on their faces. You are already blessed my good sir"

Dantel Jose said:

"I watch with so much smiles on my face and tears, then i realised your act and gesture of kindness put a smile on my face from where i am watching rught now in Ghana. Mr Malcom X, May God never be done with you with kindness, laughter, success and His blessing. Amen. I heart you"

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While Michael Phillip said:

"Does anybody here feels a bittersweet vibes. Coz I do. You deliberately film yourself giving money out to the poor and u post it. This makes my heart heavy, not happy. But still it's all good. Ah hungry mouth is fed"

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