June 5, 2020 5:25:40 pm
A Twitter user and his co-worker are being praised on social media after it emerged they were cooking free meals for people in Brooklyn who were participating in Black Lives Matter protests following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Twitter user @Leoncy6 said they made 400 meals & 200 trays of desserts for protestors who were finding it difficult to find food.
In another tweet, he said that he has set up a GoFundMe page to raise money for food and kitchen supplies.
me and my co-worker made 400 meals & 200 trays of desserts for protestors in brooklyn who may not be able to have access to food during these chaotic times ✊🏼✊🏿gotta do whatever we can to help pic.twitter.com/RuMunUsYnP
Aiming to raise $5,000 dollars, the duo have already raised $1,880 dollars. Many who came across the post praised them and asked if they could help. Take a look at some of the reactions here:
— ƁƦɅƝƊƟƝ 🌹🍐 (@P00CHIE_D) June 2, 2020
God bless you both. Job well done. What beautiful hearts you have. 🙏❤️🙏
— Robertson Owens (@DruscillaAnn) June 3, 2020
I dream to be able to help ppl In this exact way🙌🏾
— 🍰 (@Christinj_adams) June 3, 2020
please let us know when the link is up so we can help you guys this is such a lovely gesture bless you 👌🏼
— June 🌯 (@BEHINDpleasure) June 3, 2020
— jyuu🥤 (@jyuuvioIegrace) June 3, 2020
That’s amazing bless ur hearts 🥺💗
— jensen⁷ ACAB (@Verryliciouskth) June 2, 2020
So great 🙌🏼
— MIUSE (@MIUSEOFFICIAL) June 2, 2020
you guys are angels🥺🤍🤍
— 𝔧𝔢𝔫𝔫 (@jenniestacio) June 3, 2020
You are amazing 💜
— Adam⁷ (@BTSBEINGBTSYT) June 3, 2020
Floyd, a 46-year-old African American died on May 25 when Derek Chauvin, an officer from the Minneapolis police department knelt on his neck for over seven minutes.
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