Malcolm X is known for several random acts of kindness across social media platform. Even though he rarely films himself or reveals his identity, some of his videos have gone viral.
For example, a video of the ‘blesser with a difference’ blessing a struggling Zibabwean migrant with all of his grocery needs at a store has raked up more than 8 million views on Facebook.
However, AKA confirmed the role Malcolm X had played in his own life as well after a Twitter follower shared a video of the the latter clearing out all the copies of the “Touch My Blood” album of the Beam Group mogul in his local store.
In fact, he could be heard asking them to order more since he was interested in buying even more copies of the project of musical art.
— Prince Manyike (@Prince_Pfukani) June 16, 2018
In response, AKA said it was indeed Malcolm X who helped him with his first deal when he was only 13 years old.
“Malcolm X actually helped me get my 1st deal in this industry when I was 13 years old. This level of support is crazy man … ?? … like, this shit really humbles me man. ?” SupaMega Tweeted in response.
The man with the heart of gold and humility still replied in appreciation of AKA’s recognition.
“Nothing humbles like being acknowledged by Africa’s finest and most humble Rapper @akaworldwide ? Thank you, Brother ???” he replied.
It didn’t take long for social media to find out why Malcolm X purchased as many copies as possible. As always, he gave them all away to those less privileged than he is.
Peep some of his other acts of kindness below and share your thoughts.
— Malcolm X (@mayorofsandton) May 31, 2018
— Malcolm X (@mayorofsandton) June 12, 2018