The extension of the CMCO has definitely been a bummer for most people, especially the ones who have been struggling to keep their business afloat. Therefore, some feel-good news would definitely alleviate some of that stress we’re all feeling at the moment.
Recently, a viral tweet has been circulating Twitter regarding a local sushi seller, Muhammad Hafidz Adhha who sells his sushi for only RM1 at his car boot. He even planned to give away 50 pieces of sushi to the needy.
Hai Guys, Aku dah seminggu jual Sushi dekat AU5 dpn Sk Lembah Keramat . Tak Mahal pun Rm1 je . Setiap hari Jumaat , aku ada 50pcs sushi untuk disedekahkan bg yg lapar dan takde duit . Minta tlg RT agar tweet ni sampai pada org2 sush yg teringin mkn sushi ! Thanks ❤️ pic.twitter.com/JWOe7RgGDZ
— PENJAGA KEBUN (@hafidzshihab) October 22, 2020
Little did the 25-year-old know that his good deed would be shared on social media and that many would recognise his efforts and chip in to support the initiative and the business.
According to the Malay Mail, Hafidz had taken 1,000 pieces of sushi on that day, of which 350 were given away to the hungry, which was the result of donations, as well as his weekly allocation. As for the balance, 650 was snatched up within two hours.
Many netizens on social media have also shown Hafidz immense support by complimenting his efforts and even ordering from him too. Some netizens are even excited to visit his stall.
Omg dekatnyaaaa esok nak pergi https://t.co/msCa1h3UaH
— Hanna (@natasyaahisham) October 26, 2020
Ohh ni la Mak i beli haritu. Ada 10 jenis and semua sedappp. Please please try, worth it gila! 😊
— Syak (@itsmesyakieraa) October 23, 2020
moga di murahkan rezeki
— Hair Place Malaysia (@hairplacemy) October 23, 2020
In the future, Hafidz hopes to open his boot for a day, not to sell sushi but just to give away sushi and welcome the people to join him in his philanthropy.
It’s amazing and wholesome how people are still continuing to keep up the #RakyatJagaRakyat spirit.