- Singer Mr Eazi has gifted a fried plantain seller some money to inject into her business
- The popular artiste was seen handing over the money to the woman in the video
- He asked her to use it for her business as the woman took it wholeheartedly
Multiple award-winning singer Mr Eazi, known in real life as Oluwatosin Ajibade, has put smiles on the face of a fried plantain seller by giving her some money.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, the I Surrender singer was seeing buying some seasoned fried plantain known in local parlance as kelewele on the streets of Accra.
Afte making his purchase, the singer engaged the seller in a conversation and before leaving, gave the seller some more money to put into her business.
It appeared the singer wanted to give the kelewele seller an early Christmas gift and also impact on her business.
The singer, in a previous post, indicated that it had been years since he enjoyed kelewele which apparently was his favorite snack.
He added that he used to buy kelewele with friends in Adenta, a suburb of Accra in his early days in Ghana.
The kind gesture was caught on video as the singer handed the cash gift over to the seller. He was heard asking the woman to put the money into her business.
In a fit of bewilderment, the kelewele seller reluctantly refused the offer but later wholeheartedly accepted the cash gift from the singer.
After receiving the money, Mr Eazi wished the kelewele seller well and also asked her to enjoy the upcoming Christmas.
Speaking about gifts, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a Ghanaian pastor, Abbeam Ampomah Danso of God’s Solution Centre, has put smiles on the face of one of his church members by gifting her an amount of money.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Instagram page of celebritiesbuzz, the preacher was seen asking a lady to count the day's offertory.
After the money was counted, the woman revealed that the offertory amounted to GHC707.
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