Superior! Barber tours UK giving destitute free haircuts

Superior! Barber tours UK giving destitute free haircuts

A barber is touring the United Kingdom to provide homeless individuals with free haircuts.Mohammed Ali Yaquob (left), 26, originally from Sudan, lives in Derby where he owns the barbershop Mo's Barbers

Mohammed Ali Yaquob, 26, is originally from Sudan and operates the barbershop Mo’s Barbers in Derby.

He has traveled to places, including Birmingham, Manchester, Leicester, and London, to provide free haircuts in an effort to spread goodwill.Mr Yaquob (left) has visited cities - including Birmingham, Manchester, Leicester, and London - in a mission to spread goodwill through free haircuts

Mr. Yaquob’s TikTok account has gained over one million followers as a result of his humanitarian deeds.

Mohammed Ali Yaquob (left), initially from Sudan and now a resident of Derby, is the proprietor of Mo’s Barbers.

Mr. Yaquob (left) has traveled to places such as Birmingham, Manchester, Leicester, and London in an effort to spread goodwill by providing free haircuts.

The barber is touring the United Kingdom to provide homeless individuals with free haircuts.The 26-year-old approaches a man who is living on the streets to offer him a haircut

Mr. Yaquob stated, “God has given me the ability to cut people’s hair, therefore it is only fitting that I give back to those in need.”

It makes me very glad to provide free haircuts to those in need.

“Homeless people are no different from the rest of us; they all have their own tales, but no family or friends that care about them.

It must be a very lonely existence, so it’s amazing if my haircuts may lighten their day and make them feel better.

The 26-year-old approaches a homeless man and offers to give him a haircut.Mr Yaquob's (top) TikTok account has gone viral, amassing over 1 million fans thanks to his generous acts of kindness

Due to Mr. Yaquob’s kind deeds, his TikTok account has gone viral, gaining over one million followers.

In the Sudanese community where I grew up, we always looked out for one another. This is a necessity of existence; if we were all nice, the world would be a lot happier place.

“I work six days a week in my barbershop, and on my day off I travel to several locations in search of those in need.

Once, there was a line of eight individuals on the street, and I didn’t finish until nine o’clock at night. But I was pleased since I had assisted folks in need of true assistance.

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