- BI Phakathi has bought staff at McDonald's food
- He took to Facebook to share how he went to the drive-through and saw staff members were all dressed up in traditional clothes
- He then says he'd like a picture after which he gives them all cash to buy themselves lunch
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BI Phakathi has once again proved to be a big blessing. In his recent video, he shared how he made the staff at McDonald's day after buying them lunch for dressing up in their traditional clothes.
First, the faceless hero stops at the drive-through where he speaks to one of the staff who is adorned in her traditional outfit, clearly impressed by her embracing Heritage Day, asks how many other staff members have exacted her effort.
After she explains that there are about seven or eight of them, BI asks if it would be possible for him to get a picture of them altogether. After the staff round up, BI pretends to be taking a picture, thereafter he lets them in on his secret.
He did not want a picture but to give them cash to buy themselves a nice lunch in celebration of Heritage Day. The staff, who were both wowed and taken aback by BI's kind gesture, shared many thanks with him.
Meanwhile, Facebook users shared their thoughts in the comments section.
Jumoke Leo wrote:
"This brought tears to my eyes. The joy and excitement on their faces is next to none. Morale lifted, they'll serve customers with a smile plastered on their faces. THANK YOU MR BI. Thank you for being consistent in your kindness. Bless your beautiful heart BI. I watch every morning from Lagos Nigeria."
While Sane Majolawrote:
"You are just an example of how we are supposed to treat each other as humans, irrespective of our language, gender and race, the world will be a peaceful space."
In other feel-good Briefly.co.za news a local woman recently became the change she wanted to see when she started a community garden to help locals in her village. According to her Facebook post in popular group ImStaying, she started the garden to help youths.
Zandile Mthembu explained that the youngsters in her village do not have much to do but drink a lot of alcohol and sit around being unproductive. This is when she started the garden which she uses to rehabilitate those who've developed a drinking addiction.
In the post, she also explains how her garden not only employs ten people, it also employs five temporary staff members. Zandile's hopes of making a difference are also achieved as many are fed and kept busy working in the garden fields.
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