Somizi has decided to bless a waitress some money who he was impressed with her service.
A trainee waitress at The Anti Social Social Club in Melville, Johannesburg was full of joy after the media personality gave her a R622 tip on Thursday.
The Idols SA judge, author and reality TV star shared his slip on Twitter on Thursday. His order totalled R378 but he settled the bill with R1,000 – leaving a huge tip.
Somizi captioned: "I know what it feels like to have your day made when you least expected it and when you probably needed it, and this young enthusiastic med student deserved this. She gave amazing service."
I know what it https://t.co/vE5nwFrcSs to have yo day made when u least expected it and when u probably need it....and this young enthusiastic med student deserved this.....she gave an amazing service. Merry Xmas pic.twitter.com/6eW4qgPZRJ— somizi somGAGA (@somizi) December 17, 2020
Many praised the star for his generosity while other were displeased for showing off and even went as far quoting a Bible verse to justify their stance.
Read reactions of fans:
REST REST REST!!!!!!!When they don't post then ya'll say they doing nothing to help others and when they do post,its also a problem.Finding a problem in every little thing,mxm.I'm sure you made that person's Xmas Som Som.More blessings to you🙏🙏— Gracious (@gracierto) December 17, 2020
There is a reason even the bible condemns this.Because it's easy to do a good deed then tell the whole world how good u are. It becomes about u and not the good deed.However if no one knows what Somizi did and only God knows, It can only make the return blessing to Somizi greater— ENOCKAY™ 🇿🇦 (@ENOCKAY) December 17, 2020
Wena Somizi, Som Som, Somgaga , the one and only. The more you give is the more you'll receive. More blessings are following just by doing this.... Nazo🔥🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/7ljsvJA0X9— ツ Ø ͏ Ʀ ͏ ł ™ ͏ ͏ ❼ (@Ori_Debig_Beats) December 17, 2020
People who do good or make such gestures don't announce it to the world or take a pic to share on social media; this is just a publicity stunt and not genuine. I have given tips like that to waiters 4 good service without wanting to know if they are students or what what...— Siphungule Blazer🦋 (@Siphungule) December 17, 2020
People are complain because he took a picture😂😂. People like me with tekateking bank balance are full of anger pic.twitter.com/pkH8PHdl7p— Mataosand (@MaimaneKarabo2) December 17, 2020
Why put it on twitter though?— God blessed (@marumoC2) December 17, 2020
Nna I want to see such stories and acts of kindness on my TL. Not bums and recycled jokes 😔 it’s beautiful to share such, it’s inspiring. He didn’t show a face or name for a reason.— Tlotlo (@DignityBoikany1) December 17, 2020
If a black child gained something I don't have problem at least we know you're trying— Bra J ℹ (@Bra_J_) December 17, 2020
Lol, "Lemme give this person so much money, I can't wait to flex about it on tweeter, I can't just help someone and shut up about it, lemme take a photo and brag on Twitter but use sweet words so it doesn't look like gagging."— MELANIN-GOD🦍 (@AfricanGiantSA) December 17, 2020
Well done Somizi. That’s beautiful. Everyone who knows you speak very highly of your heart. Even strangers like me can sense it. May you never get tired my brother.— Ximba ka Nodlela (@YenaYedwa5) December 17, 2020