Perhaps as an interpolation but not as the meaning of the hadith. "yu'ti" simply means "he gives"; "yu'tini" would be "he gives me". This hadith is in reference to the khumus and the Prophet s.alla l-Lahu 'alayhi wa sallam's distribution of it. Ibn Hajar explains the one who truly gives is Allah and he s.alla l-Lahu 'alayhi wa sallam is but the one who disposes it, as in one version he says "ana qasimun ada'u haythu umirtu" (I am a distributor, placing where I was ordered (to place)). Other esoteric and internal interpretations are without doubt possible.