10-Year-Old Puchong Boy Sells Mango Juice To Earn Enough Money For A PS4

He caught the attention of Malaysian footballer Muhammad Safawi Rasid who now wants to sponsor him.

Cover image via Twitter @Sally_Dinie

Good things often come to those who... work hard.

And clearly this 10-year-old boy from Puchong gets it.

On 31 May, Sally Nur Dinie shared on Twitter that her brother was aiming to buy a Sony PlayStation 4 (PS4) for himself and was willing to work for it.

"My 10-year-old brother (Danish Izzudin) has started selling pure mango juice because he wants to buy a PS4. So I helped him find a customer earlier and they ordered six bottles. Just look at the big smile on his face."

She added that Danish has been wanting a PS4 since last year and their mum had agreed to get it for him if he received good exam results - but he had not managed to

According to mStar, Sally said, "So our dad gave him the idea to make and sell mango juice since our mother has a mango pickle business. Danish was so excited about the idea because it would help him get the PS4 a little bit faster."

He is now selling each bottle of mango juice for RM3 and even includes free delivery for those in Puchong (with the help of his family!).

In her now-viral tweet, people praised Danish for working hard instead of making demands from his parents

Harian Metro reported that her tweet even caught the attention of Harimau Malaya and Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) football player Muhammad Safawi Rasid who said that he'll love to sponsor the kid with a PS4.

Having grown up with 13 siblings, Safawi explained that he wasn't able to enjoy many luxuries and would save up his Raya money to buy what he wanted.

Seeing Danish's determination, Safawi felt that he could relate and wanted to help the boy out.

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