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Seattle Seahawks’ Running Back Marshawn Lynch Gave a McDonald’s Employee $500

Seattle Seahawks’ Running Back Marshawn Lynch Gave a McDonald’s Employee $500


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‘My job is to continue to see you grow,’ Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch told the employee

Marshawn Lynch gave a McDonald’s employee $500 so he could buy the same sneakers as Lynch.

A 17-year-old McDonald’s employee in Dallas was lucky enough to be visited by one of the best McDonald’s fans ever — Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch.

“I told him I liked his shoes — navy blue Buscemis — and how I wanted to buy a pair and we all started talking,” teenager Terrance Downs told TMZ.

Lynch — who is known for his deep love of Skittles and for his contempt for the NFL’s publicity deal which requires players to conduct interviews on media days, whether they want to or not — was more than happy to use his good fortune to help out a fan. After Downs told him that he eventually wanted to study fashion and own his own boutique, Lynch handed over $500 in cash.

“If you're serious about getting those shoes, here’s some money to help you get ‘em,” Lynch told Downs. “My job is to continue to see you grow.”


Marshawn Lynch Gives McDonald's Employee $500 for Shoes

According to TMZ Sports, the Seattle Seahawks bruising running back gave a teenage McDonald's staffer in Dallas $500 to get some shoes.

The sports news website reports that after the Seahawks defeated the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, Lynch struck up a conversation with 17-year-old Terrance Downs, who was mopping around the fast-food restaurant at the time.

"I told him I liked his shoes — navy blue Buscemis — and how I wanted to buy a pair and we all started talking," Downs told TMZ Sports.

Downs says that Lynch asked him what he wants to be and when the teenager told him he wants to own a fashion boutique, Beast Mode reached into his pockets.

"If you're serious about getting those shoes, here's some money to help you get 'em," Downs says Lynch told him next, handing him $500 in cash. "My job is to continue to see you grow."

A rep for the owner of that particular McDonald's added: "Marshawn left a huge positive impact on Terrance."

Downs told TMZ that he already purchased the shoes and wants to be successful, so he could pay it forward someday as well.

BET Sports News — Get the latest news and information about African-Americans in sports, including weekly recaps, celebrity news and photos of your favorite Black athletes.


Marshawn Lynch Gives McDonald's Employee $500 for Shoes

According to TMZ Sports, the Seattle Seahawks bruising running back gave a teenage McDonald's staffer in Dallas $500 to get some shoes.

The sports news website reports that after the Seahawks defeated the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, Lynch struck up a conversation with 17-year-old Terrance Downs, who was mopping around the fast-food restaurant at the time.

"I told him I liked his shoes — navy blue Buscemis — and how I wanted to buy a pair and we all started talking," Downs told TMZ Sports.

Downs says that Lynch asked him what he wants to be and when the teenager told him he wants to own a fashion boutique, Beast Mode reached into his pockets.

"If you're serious about getting those shoes, here's some money to help you get 'em," Downs says Lynch told him next, handing him $500 in cash. "My job is to continue to see you grow."

A rep for the owner of that particular McDonald's added: "Marshawn left a huge positive impact on Terrance."

Downs told TMZ that he already purchased the shoes and wants to be successful, so he could pay it forward someday as well.

BET Sports News — Get the latest news and information about African-Americans in sports, including weekly recaps, celebrity news and photos of your favorite Black athletes.


Marshawn Lynch Gives McDonald's Employee $500 for Shoes

According to TMZ Sports, the Seattle Seahawks bruising running back gave a teenage McDonald's staffer in Dallas $500 to get some shoes.

The sports news website reports that after the Seahawks defeated the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, Lynch struck up a conversation with 17-year-old Terrance Downs, who was mopping around the fast-food restaurant at the time.

"I told him I liked his shoes — navy blue Buscemis — and how I wanted to buy a pair and we all started talking," Downs told TMZ Sports.

Downs says that Lynch asked him what he wants to be and when the teenager told him he wants to own a fashion boutique, Beast Mode reached into his pockets.

"If you're serious about getting those shoes, here's some money to help you get 'em," Downs says Lynch told him next, handing him $500 in cash. "My job is to continue to see you grow."

A rep for the owner of that particular McDonald's added: "Marshawn left a huge positive impact on Terrance."

Downs told TMZ that he already purchased the shoes and wants to be successful, so he could pay it forward someday as well.

BET Sports News — Get the latest news and information about African-Americans in sports, including weekly recaps, celebrity news and photos of your favorite Black athletes.


Marshawn Lynch Gives McDonald's Employee $500 for Shoes

According to TMZ Sports, the Seattle Seahawks bruising running back gave a teenage McDonald's staffer in Dallas $500 to get some shoes.

The sports news website reports that after the Seahawks defeated the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, Lynch struck up a conversation with 17-year-old Terrance Downs, who was mopping around the fast-food restaurant at the time.

"I told him I liked his shoes — navy blue Buscemis — and how I wanted to buy a pair and we all started talking," Downs told TMZ Sports.

Downs says that Lynch asked him what he wants to be and when the teenager told him he wants to own a fashion boutique, Beast Mode reached into his pockets.

"If you're serious about getting those shoes, here's some money to help you get 'em," Downs says Lynch told him next, handing him $500 in cash. "My job is to continue to see you grow."

A rep for the owner of that particular McDonald's added: "Marshawn left a huge positive impact on Terrance."

Downs told TMZ that he already purchased the shoes and wants to be successful, so he could pay it forward someday as well.

BET Sports News — Get the latest news and information about African-Americans in sports, including weekly recaps, celebrity news and photos of your favorite Black athletes.


Marshawn Lynch Gives McDonald's Employee $500 for Shoes

According to TMZ Sports, the Seattle Seahawks bruising running back gave a teenage McDonald's staffer in Dallas $500 to get some shoes.

The sports news website reports that after the Seahawks defeated the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, Lynch struck up a conversation with 17-year-old Terrance Downs, who was mopping around the fast-food restaurant at the time.

"I told him I liked his shoes — navy blue Buscemis — and how I wanted to buy a pair and we all started talking," Downs told TMZ Sports.

Downs says that Lynch asked him what he wants to be and when the teenager told him he wants to own a fashion boutique, Beast Mode reached into his pockets.

"If you're serious about getting those shoes, here's some money to help you get 'em," Downs says Lynch told him next, handing him $500 in cash. "My job is to continue to see you grow."

A rep for the owner of that particular McDonald's added: "Marshawn left a huge positive impact on Terrance."

Downs told TMZ that he already purchased the shoes and wants to be successful, so he could pay it forward someday as well.

BET Sports News — Get the latest news and information about African-Americans in sports, including weekly recaps, celebrity news and photos of your favorite Black athletes.


Marshawn Lynch Gives McDonald's Employee $500 for Shoes

According to TMZ Sports, the Seattle Seahawks bruising running back gave a teenage McDonald's staffer in Dallas $500 to get some shoes.

The sports news website reports that after the Seahawks defeated the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, Lynch struck up a conversation with 17-year-old Terrance Downs, who was mopping around the fast-food restaurant at the time.

"I told him I liked his shoes — navy blue Buscemis — and how I wanted to buy a pair and we all started talking," Downs told TMZ Sports.

Downs says that Lynch asked him what he wants to be and when the teenager told him he wants to own a fashion boutique, Beast Mode reached into his pockets.

"If you're serious about getting those shoes, here's some money to help you get 'em," Downs says Lynch told him next, handing him $500 in cash. "My job is to continue to see you grow."

A rep for the owner of that particular McDonald's added: "Marshawn left a huge positive impact on Terrance."

Downs told TMZ that he already purchased the shoes and wants to be successful, so he could pay it forward someday as well.

BET Sports News — Get the latest news and information about African-Americans in sports, including weekly recaps, celebrity news and photos of your favorite Black athletes.


Marshawn Lynch Gives McDonald's Employee $500 for Shoes

According to TMZ Sports, the Seattle Seahawks bruising running back gave a teenage McDonald's staffer in Dallas $500 to get some shoes.

The sports news website reports that after the Seahawks defeated the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, Lynch struck up a conversation with 17-year-old Terrance Downs, who was mopping around the fast-food restaurant at the time.

"I told him I liked his shoes — navy blue Buscemis — and how I wanted to buy a pair and we all started talking," Downs told TMZ Sports.

Downs says that Lynch asked him what he wants to be and when the teenager told him he wants to own a fashion boutique, Beast Mode reached into his pockets.

"If you're serious about getting those shoes, here's some money to help you get 'em," Downs says Lynch told him next, handing him $500 in cash. "My job is to continue to see you grow."

A rep for the owner of that particular McDonald's added: "Marshawn left a huge positive impact on Terrance."

Downs told TMZ that he already purchased the shoes and wants to be successful, so he could pay it forward someday as well.

BET Sports News — Get the latest news and information about African-Americans in sports, including weekly recaps, celebrity news and photos of your favorite Black athletes.


Marshawn Lynch Gives McDonald's Employee $500 for Shoes

According to TMZ Sports, the Seattle Seahawks bruising running back gave a teenage McDonald's staffer in Dallas $500 to get some shoes.

The sports news website reports that after the Seahawks defeated the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, Lynch struck up a conversation with 17-year-old Terrance Downs, who was mopping around the fast-food restaurant at the time.

"I told him I liked his shoes — navy blue Buscemis — and how I wanted to buy a pair and we all started talking," Downs told TMZ Sports.

Downs says that Lynch asked him what he wants to be and when the teenager told him he wants to own a fashion boutique, Beast Mode reached into his pockets.

"If you're serious about getting those shoes, here's some money to help you get 'em," Downs says Lynch told him next, handing him $500 in cash. "My job is to continue to see you grow."

A rep for the owner of that particular McDonald's added: "Marshawn left a huge positive impact on Terrance."

Downs told TMZ that he already purchased the shoes and wants to be successful, so he could pay it forward someday as well.

BET Sports News — Get the latest news and information about African-Americans in sports, including weekly recaps, celebrity news and photos of your favorite Black athletes.


Marshawn Lynch Gives McDonald's Employee $500 for Shoes

According to TMZ Sports, the Seattle Seahawks bruising running back gave a teenage McDonald's staffer in Dallas $500 to get some shoes.

The sports news website reports that after the Seahawks defeated the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, Lynch struck up a conversation with 17-year-old Terrance Downs, who was mopping around the fast-food restaurant at the time.

"I told him I liked his shoes — navy blue Buscemis — and how I wanted to buy a pair and we all started talking," Downs told TMZ Sports.

Downs says that Lynch asked him what he wants to be and when the teenager told him he wants to own a fashion boutique, Beast Mode reached into his pockets.

"If you're serious about getting those shoes, here's some money to help you get 'em," Downs says Lynch told him next, handing him $500 in cash. "My job is to continue to see you grow."

A rep for the owner of that particular McDonald's added: "Marshawn left a huge positive impact on Terrance."

Downs told TMZ that he already purchased the shoes and wants to be successful, so he could pay it forward someday as well.

BET Sports News — Get the latest news and information about African-Americans in sports, including weekly recaps, celebrity news and photos of your favorite Black athletes.


Marshawn Lynch Gives McDonald's Employee $500 for Shoes

According to TMZ Sports, the Seattle Seahawks bruising running back gave a teenage McDonald's staffer in Dallas $500 to get some shoes.

The sports news website reports that after the Seahawks defeated the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, Lynch struck up a conversation with 17-year-old Terrance Downs, who was mopping around the fast-food restaurant at the time.

"I told him I liked his shoes — navy blue Buscemis — and how I wanted to buy a pair and we all started talking," Downs told TMZ Sports.

Downs says that Lynch asked him what he wants to be and when the teenager told him he wants to own a fashion boutique, Beast Mode reached into his pockets.

"If you're serious about getting those shoes, here's some money to help you get 'em," Downs says Lynch told him next, handing him $500 in cash. "My job is to continue to see you grow."

A rep for the owner of that particular McDonald's added: "Marshawn left a huge positive impact on Terrance."

Downs told TMZ that he already purchased the shoes and wants to be successful, so he could pay it forward someday as well.

BET Sports News — Get the latest news and information about African-Americans in sports, including weekly recaps, celebrity news and photos of your favorite Black athletes.


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