- Facebook user BI Phakathi is making headlines again after helping a man in need
- BI offered money to a man who was digging through trash bags for food
- Facebook users took to the comments section to voice their thanks for his good deeds
BI Phakathi is back with another inspiring Facebook video after helping a man who was digging in trash bags for food. BI Phakathi is known for uploading amazing and uplifting videos in which he helps those in need.
In his latest video, BI approaches a man who is digging through trash bags looking for food. He speaks to the man, who reveals that his name is Robert. Robert stops digging and speaks to BI about his daily struggle looking for food.
The video has been shared over 900 times and has garnered around 320 000 views since its upload yesterday. The comments section is rife with positivity, with over 1 000 Facebook users thanking BI for his good deeds.
Click here to watch the video.
BI Phakathi captioned the post:
"Found him searching in the dustbin for food, no man should eat live like this"
Here's what some Facebook users had to say:
Cynthia Mbatha commented:
"Be blessed brother, u are a God given angel."
Muniandy Andy wrote:
"This poor man is really in a pityful state searching food in the dustbin, due to poverty-stricken, poor man sad to see in this condition, luckily Our kind MR. BI. Came along to help this man giving some cash to buy food. Mr. BI. U are a loving and kindful person to be appreciated by all. God bless."
Quinn Matutle said:
"I wish those who stole millions including food parcels could compare their actions to the reflections of fairness, empathy, & selflessness BI Phakathi exercises. May God of supreme bless him richly for this. He truly is a man in our moment."
Briefly.co.za recently reported on BI Phakathi after he fed a village of 120 children. In a video posted to Facebook last week, BI Phakathi can be seen talking to a lady known only as the "Mama who cooks" before introducing himself as an uncle to the children in the village.
The video received over 500 000 views, 1 500 shares and 2 000 comments.
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