Malian ”Spiderman” honored at BET Awards 2018

By Michael Klugey
Malian ”Spiderman” who climb up building to save a child in france honored at BET Awards 2018
Malian ”Spiderman” who climb up building to save a child in france honored at BET Awards 2018

Mamoudou Gassama, the Malian immigrant who scaled an apartment building in Paris to save the life of a dangling 4-year-old last month, was honoured at the 2018 BET Awards at Microsoft Theater on Sunday night in Los Angeles, California.

The 22-year-old received a humanitarian award alongside Anthony Borges, James Shaw Jr., Justin Blackman, Naomi Wadler, and Shaun King.

The Malian migrant won widespread admiration as a real-life 'Spiderman' after mounting a daring rescue to save a four-year-old boy dangling from a balcony in Paris.

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The “Spider-Man Parisian” has since been granted a French citizenship by French President Emmanuel Macron, and was also offered an enrollment to be a firefighter at the French fire service with a pay of 600 euros monthly for his humanitarian gesture.

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