Popular Nigerian actor, Mr Ibu's adopted daughter, Jasmine Chioma Okafor has been hailed online.
She was hailed by social media users after she transformed the look of a physically challenged man.
She recently gave a treat to a beggar in a wheelchair she met along the road.
Just like she did her adopted dad pick from two pieces of paper with things written on them, she made the unidentified man do the same.
In the video, the content creator decided to make do with the local cab after Uber and others declined her request to convey the physically challenged man and herself to their first point of call, a barbing salon.
On getting there, while the man who she kept calling several pet names like my love, my king, and others was having his hair cut, she revealed a stranger asked for his account details and credited him with the sum of N100,000.
After getting a clean haircut, he made another pick, where he chose food, and had Jasmine feed him intermittently.
He then got new clothes which the verified TikToker helped him put on and gave him the sum of N5,000.
The video warmed the hearts of many social media users including celebtites who took to the comment section to praise Jasmine for big heart and also prayed for her.
ugoccie said: “You transformed him to Man on Fire. God bless you Jasmine.”
uchennannanna wrote: “This is so kind of you Chi.”
mcshakaracomedian stated: “Funny, lovely and emotional.”
twotigermusic said: “This video make me smile and cry at the same time God bless you jasmine you are indeed a kind heart person.”
munalove100 wrote: “JASMINE you have a good heart my sis.God bless you my love.
Aniveraaaaa stated: “Kai, this humanity God bless u Jasmine.”
chioma_nwaoma said: “Omo someone need to see the way I’m smiling oooo God bless you.”
oduzz_fia wrote: “This is so amazing sis, for the fact that you stayed very close to him spent your time and money on him, even if you have sinned before your sins has been cleansed my sister
sisterrsisterrrs stated: “You are so amazing!! God bless you. Just go and open old peoples home we go support you .”