Often times, we see homeless people on the side of the road, under a bridge or even at the park and while we may give them our money now and then, but do we give them respect? Do we see our brothers and sisters on the street as fellow human beings or dismiss them as “lazy”, “users” or simply ignore them, all together?
Titus O’Neil a member of the WWE’s tag team champion duo, The Prime Time Players, took a few homeless people to dinner. He and his new friends weren’t treated very well at Yard House in San Diego, but that didn’t stop him from RETURNING to the same restaurant with even more people who live on the streets of SD!
Titus O’Neil – we love you and most of all appreciate this lesson!!!!
I'm gathering homeless people to take them out to eat at @yardhouse last night I did the same thing and the manager seemed distant in Serving the two last night so I said instead of just posting I'll gather more and eat lunch with them at that Resturant. They need to learn how to treat All humans as such. #ContentOfCharacter #AllLivesMatter
Completely Different Response than Last night at the @YardHouse in San Diego I'm Not a Fan of Injustice or Prejudice of any sort towards Anybody. My Mother Raised Me with the Help of many others from all walks of life and there were many Times that I had to go without as a youth because of A Lack of Financial resources. People will categorize those that they can't relate to criticize those that stand up and speak out against what's wrong all until it directly affects them. I'm not the richest man in the world, but Money,Fame and Status have never held me Bondage because at the end of the day I've Gone without before and God has always provided for me. Now I have the opportunity to do the exact thing that others did for me when I had nothing to give them in return….LOVE OTHERS!!! Thanks to those that accepted Help&Those that Treated my guest at lunch as Humans,Patrons and Gods People. On to Ontario for @WWE Live tonight #WWEOntario