"Please I Love You": Disabled Man Who Has Only One Leg works as Bricklayer, Viral Video Trends

"Please I Love You": Disabled Man Who Has Only One Leg works as Bricklayer, Viral Video Trends

  • A disabled but determined man has stunned many people with what he can do despite his physical disability
  • The man who is an amputee with only one leg used the leg that is good to stand and work as a bricklayer
  • He said in the video that he is grateful to God that he can stand and work despite his physical condition

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A lot of emotional reactions have trailed the video of a man who is disabled but still works as a bricklayer

In a viral video posted on TikTok, the man who is an amputee stood with only one leg and he was working at a building site.

Photos of a disabled man working as a bricklayer.
The man is determined to work despite his disability. Photo credit: TikTok/@agyeisarpongobed.
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The bricklayer was carrying bricks and laying them perfectly even though he only supported his weight with only his left leg.

Netizens praise disabled man working as a bricklayer

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Apart from his strength which is seen in the video, his determination to work despite his condition has attracted praise from people.

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Positive comments have trailed the video as people say the man is an example of what disabled people should be doing instead of begging.

Others said the man is an inspiration to even those who have complete body parts but have refused to work. The video was posted by @agyeisarpongobed.

Watch the video below:

Reactions from TikTok users

@Agnes Nartey803 said:

"God bless you."

@Nyarko Abraham reacted:

"More Vim my brother, may God bless you."

@GH KUMASI said:

"Hi God bless you so much."

@Nandos commented:

"It shall be well."

@user1961984274015 said:

"God bless your job."

@Ackom Maxwell commented:

"You are great motivation to us."

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@Amoah Sandra865 said:

"Please I love you."

@Alex743 reacted:

"Thanks you bro for you job."

@Àbÿñã Pëŕřÿ said:

"God bless you bro."

Video of a man who used bottles to build a house

In a related story, a man used a lot of bottles to build a house and it was nice to see.

A video of the house posted on TikTok shows that the man used normal bricks as the foundation for the house.

He then used only empty bottles to complete the remaining parts including the roofing.

The short video went viral and the man was praised for being creative.

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