He may not be a “billionaire,” but Michael Strahan does pretty well for himself. The former New York Giants great and NFL Hall of Famer seamlessly transitioned from a standout football career to a couple of pretty decent broadcasting gigs, and as such he has a few nickels to rub together.
And he’s not a cheap f*#k like Orange Grimace.
So what’s he doing? Making it up to the national champion Clemson Tiger football team, whose historic 15-0 season was capped off with special sauce and arctic fries courtesy of Donald Trump’s shutdown, Donald Trump’s vulgar tastes, and Donald Trump’s congenital churlishness.
After President Donald Trump served the squad McDonald’s and other fast food in a White House visit this week, “Good Morning America” host Michael Strahan on Tuesday promised to feed the 15-0 Tigers lobster. On him.
He invited the team to New York City for the feast.
“We gonna take care of you,” Strahan, a Hall of Famer who played for the New York Giants, said on the show. “We gonna give you the proper meal that you deserve because that was one great game, a great accomplishment.”
It’s good to see someone cares about, well, something.
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