- Good samaritan BI Phakathi surprised unsuspecting homeless guys with a whole shopping spree
- In the clip, he accompanies the three men to a shopping centre where he instructs them to take whatever they needed
- At the end of the clip, the trio walk away with a trolley spilling over with various foodstuffs
Bi Phakathi is slowly becoming a household name. The South African good samaritan has proved time and time again that humanity still exists. In his latest contribution to the world, Bi takes three unsuspecting homeless men on a grocery shopping spree.
In a video clip uploaded to his Facebook page, the four of them head to a grocery store. Bi then instructs the men to take a trolley and fill it with whatever they needed. As they walk around the store, the men excitedly take some of their favourite grocery items.
All the while Bi encourages them in the background. At one point the faceless hero can be heard telling them to take as they please because "Christmas only comes once a year." Much to the delight of the three homeless men who pile the groceries dangerously high in their trolley before finally heading to the cash registers where Bi graciously pays for all the goodies.
Facebooks as always, took to the comment section to keep on inspiring Bi and to thank him for continuing to motivate them to be and do better. Many of them wished blessing into Bi's life, asking God to bless him the same way he blessed others.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a group of ladies were commended for feeding the homeless. Clement Ndebele shared an image of the stunning ladies to the #ImStaying group of Facebook.
According to Clement, the ladies feed the homeless and underprivileged. Clement says they use their Saturdays to cook for those in need at Woodstock in Cape Town.
The ladies in their yellow aprons are all smiles in the image that Clement uploaded. His post received a ton of positive reactions.
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