Detroit Haha Davis, a.k.a Mr. Big Fella, always dreamed of playing football for the NFL when he was in high school.
But he later found his calling in comedy.
He found yet another calling after that: spreading love.
“At first I didn’t realize I was funny,” Davis told Forbes.
He started out posting videos and was later inspired by friends to post them on Vine and Instagram.
Now he has more than 177,000 followers on Twitter and more than 3.6 million followers on Instagram.
His funny videos usually go behind the scenes and inside his head in certain situations like what your thoughts are in a fight.
He’ll also post funny situations like “When you try to get in VIP.”
His NSFW comedy has caught the attention of millions of fans and celebrities alike like Chance the Rapper and Snoop Dogg.
— Carlos HaHa Davis (@HaHaDavis) November 8, 2018
Davis is also working with Adult Swim and Kevin Hart’s LOL Productions.
He also had a video game in the works and a line of shirts whose proceeds go toward breast cancer research with his catch phrase “Finna Be A Breeze.”
But Davis’ charitable works dosen’t end there.
— Carlos HaHa Davis (@HaHaDavis) November 7, 2018
He also creates video segments titled “This week on ‘I love you'” where he goes around doing nice things for people just because.
For example, he saw some kids who wanted some candy and told them at the candy counter “Get whatever you want.”
The happy little kids can be heard saying “thank you!”
— Carlos HaHa Davis (@HaHaDavis) November 1, 2018
It was pretty sweet. But the latest “This week on ‘I love you'” was truly heartwarming.
So heartwarming that’s its gone viral with more than 1.98 million views.
David spotted a woman who was struggling to pay for her gas with a handful of pennies.
Davis is shown approaching the woman with a wad full of cash.
The woman hesitated to take it.
“We’re comedians. It’s not illegal. We’re comedians,” a man can be heard in the background.
That’s when the woman told them a tragic story.
“My husband just died a week ago. We weren’t like this before. I didn’t ask nobody for nothing,” she said.
The woman’s story made Davis hug her and his friend start to wipe tears away from his face as the woman also started to cry.
“You okay. We got love for you. This is for you,” he said.
“Oh my God,” she said finally taking the money.
“We got to take care of each other,” his friend replied.
“It’s only right, we got to stick together,” Davis said.
She asked how she could thank him or repay him and he told her that it wasn’t necessary.
She could just pay it forward.
“God bless you. I guess he does look down. They say, ‘He’s watching you and watching you'” she said.
Both men agreed saying, “He does.” You can see a small smile or a sense of relief wash over the woman.
You can watch this beautiful act of kindness in the video below.
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This week on “I love you” saw a ladies put pennies in her gas stank. I love you pic.twitter.com/Sikekr10cf
— Carlos HaHa Davis (@HaHaDavis) October 21, 2018