A group of young Muslim YouTubers took a break from making prank videos to spread a message about giving to those in need, and it's quickly becoming one of their most viral videos to date.
The True Story ASA team -- named for it's three members: Adam Saleh, Sheikh Akbar and Abdullah Ghuman -- posted a video called "Make The Homeless Smile" to their YouTube channel last Thursday. It features the trio handing out food, water, money and clothes to the homeless in exchange for smiles.
"Our intention in this video is to make their days and to make you guys always be positive to others," they wrote.
In just days, the video has racked up more than 200,000 views, and hundreds of thousands of likes and shares on Facebook.
True Story ASA previously generated buzz with a video called "Meet A Muslim Person," in which they talked to strangers to promote an understanding of Islam.
Another group of web pranksters made a homeless man's day by fundraising for him after his dancing mustache went viral on YouTube.
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