Everyone is talking about Somizi’s good deeds that are reported in the news
Somizi Mhlongo-Motaung has proven once more that he possesses a heart of gold.
Recently he shared a story of a lady who was left stranded on the side of the road in Johannesburg. The Idols SA judge
The reality television star and chef shared this heartwarming story on his Instagram where he also schooled his followers about the art of giving. initially, the lady couldn’t recognize the star however the screenshot he shared of a conversation on WhatsApp he had together with her, was during a state.
On his thanks to gym, he found a lady whose name is Melissa, who was stranded on a busy road on William Nicol. Her phone’s battery was dead and will not contact her husband. That’s when the Idols judge came to her rescue. Cars were passing her by offering no help whatsoever, but he took a U-Turn and asked her if she needed any help.
“I know we sleep in a world filled with anger, rage, and danger…We don’t trust anything albeit it’s innocent. Sometimes, if not most times we see people in need of help by the roadside, and that we wonder if we should always help or not…and I find myself worrying if they’re gonna be okay, especially if it’s a lady.
“In this case, this woman was stuck within the middle of a busy road on Wiliam Nicol and cars were just passing by so I made a u-turn and visited ask her if she has received any assistance. Her battery had died, she said. I used to be wearing my cap and mask and sunglasses. So she had no idea who I used to be.
“I was in my thanks to the gym so I didn’t mind waiting together with her and skip the gym. Eventually, her husband called to mention he’s 5 minutes away…so she said I can leave so I gave her my numbers just in case she needs help coz I’m just across the road. So I feel she realized after I had left who I used to be when she saw my DP on my WhatsApp I assume. Moral of the story….making this world a far better place one person at a time… it’s not that bad!” he shared.
His act of Ubuntu received a ‘standing ovation’ and he also tried to show folks that the word isn’t so bad in any case. Despite the risks we encounter every single day, there are some good people left who need help.