Humanity at its best…❤️— FierceWarriorNStilettos (@InactionNever) November 13, 2019
This child doesn’t have internet access at home, so a store in the shopping mall allows him to use their tablet to do homework.
Even further God Bless for having no excuses to get his work done. He is a focused young man that sought out a resource to get the job done. Those are qualities and shows sings on leadership. Awesome of the store to let him use access ❤️— Atashia Serrano (@tashia18) November 14, 2019
Look at that sweet baby aaaaaah I want to shower him with candy and hamburgers and new pens in all the colors and internet access— MoonlessMidnight (@MoonlessMidnt) November 14, 2019
I’m happy that a store recognizes the need for this child, but when education demands children do homework in a way that requires certain privileges, then edu must find ways for EVERY child to have access to the privilege. It’s gross and classist that education doesn’t do that.— 📍 (@AlhasaniAmna1) November 15, 2019
That’s sad, because his family couldn’t afford to have internet access at home. But it’s really nice what the store people did allowing him to use the tablet to do his homework. And they got him a tablet. There was a happy ending, at least🥰— Vi (@vivigod13) November 15, 2019
If there was a library do you think he’d be standing there? Think people!— RaquelC (@RCCL4E) November 14, 2019
Even if you gave a Tablet, how is he accessing the internet? Think people! Geez.
Thanks to the kind people in this store. Congrats to the young man for is commitment to learning. Win Win
That’s Fantastic. We should all patronize companies like this that do such wonderful things for young people. This kid could fall by the wayside so easily but his determination to be the best he can be should always be rewarded. Congrats to you and the company.— Kevin Shelly (@Shell_Pitt) November 15, 2019
Initially, he was working on a mobile phone but the Samsung store employee spotted him and asked him what he was doing. Then he invited the kid inside to use the store’s tablet. Talking about this, the kid said:
I didn’t say anything, I was scared. The man [store clerk] asked what I was doing. It was a work about the Southern Region. It was worth 10 [minutes] and I took 10.
After the clip went viral, Samsung donated two tablets to the boy and the service manager of the store also claimed:
Everything is already right for his tablet and we will also assist in the insurance of the device against accidents.