Man spots a widow struggling with coins and pays for her. The next day he wakes up famous
On October 21, comedian Carlos “HaHa” Davis took to Twitter to post a video of him and his friends performing a good deed. The footage showed Davis at a gas station.
He’s seen getting out of his van to help a woman who’s paying for gas with pennies. Her response to their assistance left the men in tears.
Carlos “HaHa” Davis and his friends are comedians who are probably used to making people laugh, but one special day was different. They came across an unidentified woman who they decided to help.
The woman was paying for gas using pennies. One of his friends was the one who noticed the woman paying at a nearby pump.
For more on this story go to our Twitter account @amomama_usa. Davis is seen climbing out of their van with what looks like a few $100 bills.
He approaches the woman and hands the cash out to her, but she just stares at him. Realizing that she doesn’t trust what’s happening, one of them says, “It’s not illegal. We’re comedians.”
As she starts’ processing what is happening she cries and says to the men:
“My husband just died a week ago. We weren’t like this before. I didn’t ask nobody for nothing. I didn’t… I didn’t even ask you…”
Davis’ friend who is standing with the woman gets overwhelmed with emotion and takes off his glasses as he starts to cry. He even reaches out to hold her in a tight hug.
Davis tells her: “You okay. We got love for you. This is for you.” And his friend adds, “We gotta take care of each other.”
The woman is still clearly in shock as she holds the money in her hand. Her faith in God is immediately renewed as she realizes how big the gift was that they’d given her.
She’s heard saying:
“I guess He does look down…He says He’s watching you and watching you.”
Davis responds in the viral video:
“He’s definitely watching over you.”
Proving that Davis and his friends aren’t the only good Samaritans; a young mother in Alabama was shown kindness by a stranger. A woman from Alabama named Natasha Wilson recorded the sweet moment between a white man and a black woman.
The young mother was struggling to fill in forms while holding her sleeping baby. The man offered to hold her baby so that she could fill out the paperwork in a doctor’s waiting room easily.
On Facebook, Wilson praised the man for his touching act of kindness. She also shared that he “rocked and loved on the baby like he was his.”
These two stories prove that there’s still hope for the human race if we choose to care for our fellow man.