The United States (QNN)- Palestinian entrepreneur Jay Mazini appeared in a video showing his appreciation for the essential workers during the coronavirus crisis, surprising restaurant workers with $10,000 to each of them.
The video which trended on social media shows Mazini pulling up to a local Checkers restaurant and surprising employees.
In the video, Mazini is seen asking workers, who earn $11 per hour, to come up to the drive-thru window.
The employees look hesitant at first, as he blesses them for their hard work during the pandemic.
But their hesitance turns into disbelief as he hands over four massive stacks of $10,000 to each employee.
“Bless the world!!! Just wanna change lives man,” Mazini wrote on Instagram.
“I don’t care about money, I care about helping the ones in need!!! Just wanted to bless all 4 employees with $40,000 … $10,000 each … you get what you give out!!!!”
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As much as I got BURNED, MY HEART DON’T CHANGE. Today I decided to help a few people that worked in Checkers, in Paterson, NJ… I don’t care about money, I CARE ABOUT HELPING THE ONES IN NEED!!! JUST WANTED TO BLESS ALL 4 EMPLOYEES WITH $40,000…. $10,000 EACH.. YOU GET WHAT YOU GIVE OUT!!!! #ChangeHumanity #CoronaVirus #Pandemic 🙏🏽🙏🏾🙏🏿🙏🏽🙏🏾🙏🏿♥️♥️♥️
After sharing the Instagram post, one of the workers left a comment thanking him for his kind gesture.
“From me and the rest of the crew brother, we definitely appreciated your gesture it touched our souls bro. Hope you and your family continue to be blessed. Thanks again brother,” he wrote.
Mazini, originally from the village of Turmus Ayya in Ramallah, had previously donated dozens of thousands of American dollars for patients, medical workers, and also for the Palestinian American Community to combat the novel coronavirus.
He has been investing in a clothing line, selling leather and investing in the stock market.
He now owns a clothing store named Mazini Italy partnering with a rapper named Dave East.
Also, he has a financial programme named Crytzo to help people invest in their future.