- In another online clip, BI Phakathi has blessed the lives of unsuspecting South Africans, this time some children
- In the clip, BI buys all the veggies the kids are selling, then gives them cash and teaches them about giving
- Many people think this is one of Phakathi's best clips and shared these thoughts with him in the comment section
BI Phakathi never ceases to amaze his large followers with amazing acts of kindness, which he shared on his page. In his latest clip, BI not only teaches some kids the value of being kind, he also gives them money to buy themselves lunch and groceries at home.
In the clip, BI approaches three kids selling vegetables at a small stall on the side of the road. After pretending he wanted to buy some vegetables, BI then asks the oldest of the children to sell him all the veggies, which he pays her for.
Thereafter, BI gives the child over R800 which he says she should use to buy herself some lunch and also for groceries at home, where the little girl revealed no one was employed. After all of this, BI tells the children to give the veggies to anyone who needs them for free.
"You are blessed to be a blessing. The good deeds done to you, do it for someone else," he captioned the heartwarming Facebook clip.
The clip received over 30k likes and thousands of comments, which you can read below:
Latoya Higgins said:
"You are EVERYTHING. Thank you for being a blessing to all!"
Gairoeniesa Brown said:
"BI what an inspiration you are.You blessed those without expecting anything in return."
In similar inspiring Briefly News reports, a South African teacher has opted to feed his learners, saying he cannot bear to deliver a lesson to hungry kids. Thoro Samuel Shili decided to share pictures on his Facebook page of himself in front of his class and holding boxes of cereal.
According to his bio, the thoughtful teacher, Shili, studied at the Tshwane University of Technology and says he is feeling blessed as he cannot teach kids on an empty stomach. He wrote on his social media page.
“I Cannot Allow My Learners To Learn On An Empty Stomach.”
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