- BI Phakathi recently headed online to share a clip of himself meeting the lucky woman whose Cape Town trip he sponsored
- In the clip, the two of them chat a little bit before BI gives the young woman flowers, which she is super excited about
- Locals absolutely loved the clip and the whole story behind the meeting so they headed to the comment section with their thoughts
BI Phakathi recently headed to Twitter to share a surprise with his followers. In a clip shared on his page, BI is seen finally meeting the woman whose dream of going to Cape Town he recently made come true.
In the heartwarming clip, BI and the lady meet and can be seen having a chat in what looks like a hotel lobby. After exchanging a few words, BI then gives her some flowers, much to her delight and surprise.
"Guess who I met finally @NkhosiLa in Cape Town, she changed my life once, am inspired by her life and her Twitter family, you guys are the best," he captioned the clip.
His followers had this to say:
"@biphakhi Man, you never stop to touch peoples lives in different ways since the first day I have to watched your videos. May GOD almighty protect you for our generations man."
"Blessings upon blessings upon blessings to you BI. Look at that happiness. Life is meaningless if we don't give other people happiness. The fulfilment you get from that smile will bring more blessings to you and inspiration to many like us. Thank you again."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that BI Phakathi has yet again proven himself a true angel on earth after doing yet another big thing to change someone's outlook on life. This time BI blessed an ailing young woman, @NkhosiLa with R10 000.
It all started when the young woman, who is suffering from cystic fibrosis and has already undergone a number of treatments, tweeted that she really wanted to go on a vacation to get away from her norm a little bit.
"Still, no one taking me for a vacation, I need a gateway from these walls," she wrote.
BI then asked her where she would like to go and after she answered Cape Town, the R10k payment was made.
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