The Cameroonian urban hip hop artiste says its always been his dream to share what he has with the disadvantaged and "now that I have, I can share."
Cameroonian rap star Stanley Enow celebrated his birthday yesterday, February 8 with the disabled in Yaounde – Cameroon.
The award winning artist earlier promised his fans via a Twitter post that he had "a big surprise" for them ahead of his anniversary.
Stanley's "surprise" didn't involve popping bottles of champagne in a nightclub but to spend his day performing and talking with disadvantage people at the Little Heights Foundation in the country's capital city.
Through the Stanley Enow Foundation, the rapper reportedly donated gift and food items to the children as well as took photographs and signed autographs on every clothing item he gave out.
The supervisors at the home for the disadvantage told reporters, "Stanley has given a reason for these people to smile and have some fun...He really surprised all of us and we appreciate him a lot for doing this."
Stanley tells Pulse.ng, "it made me feel like i did something really great and fulfilling... It's never a bad thing to give when you have and that's what my mind told me to do.... it wasn't for fame or anything like that."
On whether he had a great time, he responded, "yes of course!"