A real-life Robin Hood is blessing the hungry, homeless and needy

A real-life Robin Hood is blessing the hungry, homeless and needy

- Malcolm X hands out money to random people on the street in an act of kindness

- He has committed himself to helping those less fortunate

- His selfless nature has helped countless people

A man who goes by the name Malcolm X and is also known as Business has been giving comfort to those less fortunate. A video has surfaced where he hands out R500 each to two men on the street. One of them wants to get a new ID and the other was told to by food with the money.

The look on the men's faces is one of disbelief as Malcolm hands them note after note. In another video, a granny is in a store buying school shoes for her granddaughter. Malcolm steps in and offers to pay for the gogo's purchase. He tells the young girls to study hard in school so that she can look after her granny according to the dailysun.co.za.

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Briefly.co.za has learned that Malcolm X said his actions are all in the name of giving. “I love to help the needy where I can. It really breaks my heart to see people without homes, food or essentials.”

This selfless man originates from Sebokeng in the Vaal but moved to Sandton in 1988. He often visits old age homes, orphanages and homeless shelters and provides assistance where possible.

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He explained that his organisation hands out blankets in winter and other like-minded people visit shelters, retirement homes and orphanages and make donations of up to R5000.

Elvis Meje wrote on Facebook: “Malcolm, I have learnt something. Since I’m not a church member at least I can buy food for the poor every month. You are a Good Samaritan.”

Ref Wayne wrote: “Whatever they buy doesn’t matter, what matters is the hand that helped them. God bless you.”

Thuto Daly commented: “Ooohhhh my brother! You just opened my heart! May God bless you. The world needs people like you!"

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Source: Buzz.briefly.co.za

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