A CEO of Alabama gave her children the teacher a new car after learning she had to take several buses to go to school.
When an Alabama woman discovers her children the teacher already had a mutiple buses to go to school, she decided to pay it forward.
Courtney Adeleye had already an established reputation on social media as a good Samaritan, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.
When my husband tells me that the teacher that the lesson my girls for the last few years is catching multiple buses to get to and from work every day in the hot sun and the cold! He said that we should give her what I said….say no more! If you ask me is the definition of success….this is my reaction! (Give to those without expectations) . All glory to GOD! . She is legit the sweetest person you would ever want to meet!!! They said that they have never had a new car! . BTW: My 11-year-old has the recording! ??♀️ . #themanechoice #whosthebawse #courtneyadeleye
“When my husband tells me that the teacher that the lesson my girls for the last few years is catching multiple buses to get to and from work every day in the hot sun and the cold! He said that we should give her what I said….say no more!” Adeleye wrote on the Instagram post, along with a video.
The video, filmed by Adeleye’s daughter, shows Adeleye the presentation of the teacher with a new car, tied with a blue ribbon.
“Are you serious?” the teacher asks repeatedly in disbelief, choking tears of joy to cuddle Adeleye and Adeleye man.
“[W]e don’t want you to catch the bus,” Adeleye says.
“If you ask me is the definition of success… this is my reaction! (Give to those without expectations) … All glory to God!” Adeleye wrote.
Adeleye, who runs a million dollars of her company called “The Mane Choice,” previously launched a campaign with the title “Pay It Forward,” in which she paid off a bill for a different follower each week, according to Forbes.
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In a follow-up Instagram post, the teacher says, “No more sitting in the cold, no more riding the bus, no more waiting for someone to come and pick me up,” before repeatedly thanking Adeleye.
“She said that it felt good to RIDE to school!” Adeleye wrote on the post. “[A]nd for those who asked….NO, they don’t need a car payment.”
Bradford Betz is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @bradford_betz.