LeBron James Sent A Taco Truck To Help Feed First Responders Fighting Wildfires Out In California
Speaking of good deeds, LeBron James has also made an impressive gesture recently. The Shade Room revealed all the available details, as you will see below.
Fans probably know by now that Taco Tuesday is a pretty big thing in the James household as TSR puts it.
But it seems that the man chose to celebrate it a bit differently this time, according to the latest reports.
James showed his appreciation for the first responders battling the wildfires out in California.
It's been also revealed that Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti tweeted about his appreciation for LeBron:
'Thank you, @KingJames, for generously sending a taco truck to support our @LAFD firefighters, first responders, and partner agencies working to fight the #GettyFire.'
As for James, he flaunted his gratitude for the first responders and stated:
'First of all more than anything, my appreciation and loyalty to the first responders. You know those guys, men and women are unbelievable at what they’re doing and their bravery throughout this time.'
While a lot of people showed their respect and gratitude for what he did, there were also haters in the comments who used this occasion to shade the man.
Someone commented: 'Glad he did this. No matter how good you are, you will always have a jealous hater.'
A follower said: 'He trynna make sure y’all going to save his house 😂' while someone else believes that 'Low key - he never gets the respect he deserves.'
Not too long ago, it's been reported that James and his family were forced to evacuate their home amidst the California wildfires.