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Why ‘Sewing Machine’ is trending: A philanthropic twist in the world of betting


An account on X (formerly Twitter) known as “Sewing Machine” (@BTLizle) has recently captured the spotlight for an unexpected reason.

This mysterious figure has set the internet abuzz with a unique call to action, asking people to report any tipster who demands money in exchange for providing bet odds. Sewing Machine has pledged to pay for these odds and share them freely, showcasing the diverse forms that philanthropy can take.

Sewing Machine’s post ignited a fiery debate on the social media platform, garnering over 200,000 views and amassing more than 3,000 likes. The unexpected twist has struck a chord with online audiences.


Established tipsters like Enokay and Opresii, who typically offer their tips through ‘VIP’ websites and paid telegram channels found themselves caught in Sewing Machine’s needle threader. Sewing Machine followed through on his promise by paying for their subscription services.

Both Enokay and Opresii have earned their credibility on the platform by consistently sharing their winning bet predictions. While they occasionally share free tips on their Twitter pages, their main revenue stream comes from VIP subscriptions.



In a recent post, Sewing Machine shed light on the driving force behind his philanthropic endeavours. He revealed that an unfortunate incident had inspired him to embark on this mission.

“I once had a girlfriend who wanted a sewing machine as her birthday gift.
Before I could get her the gift, she died. Munira, my ever-beautiful Hajia, died without saying good bye.
I changed my Twitter name to honour her. Anytime I open my account, she comes to mind.
Why did I not buy the machine for her before her birthday? I’ve questioned myself countless times. Maybe she wouldn’t have died. Maybe she could have had reasons to keep fighting on to be alive. Maybe I could have left a smile on her face before she died. Her death really pained me! And since that sad day in 2020, I decided never to postpone any good or help I want to offer. This plenty money we dey search, we all we go die lef am. Givers never lack!” the account posted.



Sewing Machine has further stated his zeal to continue sharing ‘VIP’ odds as an act of kindness to his newfound lovers and followers.

By Malise Kofi Omoloye|3xtra.tv|Ghana

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