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Rapper Big Zulu, renowned for his chart-topping track “Imali Eningi,” has undertaken a benevolent endeavour by constructing a new home for an underprivileged family in New Castle. This compassionate initiative aimed to provide shelter for a mother and her children residing in a fire-ravaged house.

Big Zulu’s Commitment

Documenting the entire process in a video, Big Zulu showcased his unwavering commitment, starting from the initial stages of delivering groceries and clothing to the poignant moment of revealing the completed house. The Imali Eningi hitmaker, at the project’s inception, pledged to assist the struggling family, a promise he wholeheartedly fulfilled.

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The documented journey in the video begins with heartwarming scenes of Big Zulu visiting the family, providing essential items, and later making a trip to the hardware store to purchase building materials.

A Grateful Note

In expressing his gratitude, Big Zulu shared a touching note, “We are thankful because we had made a promise to a mother and her children that we would build them a home. Here, the home is now officially completed. I would like to thank everyone who was involved in the project to make it a success. You guys helped in making this woman and her kids live in a warm home. We also would like to thank the Newcastle municipality.”

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Commendations from Fans and Well-Wishers

Big Zulu’s altruistic act did not go unnoticed, with fans and well-wishers pouring in their admiration and support through social media:

@princedatboi_ – “Next year let’s vote for Big Zulu.”

@gorgeousg2278 – “Big Zulu, I hope God multiplies his blessings for you. I love this; ohh my God, why am I crying.”

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