Salvation Army Has PERFECT Response To Reporter Who Complained About Ezekiel Elliott Jumping Into Their Pot

Ezekiel Elliott of the Dallas Cowboys jumped into the over sized Salvation Army pot beyond the end zone after scoring a touchdown against the Buccaneers yesterday.

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One ESPN reporter sneered at the move but the Salvation Army responded perfectly.

The Blaze reports:

Salvation Army gives perfect response to reporter who ripped Ezekiel Elliott’s epic TD celebration

The Dallas Cowboys emerged victorious against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday night, and a touchdown celebration during the nationally televised game sparked controversy on social media.

During the second quarter, when Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott scored a go-ahead touchdown, he ran over to the giant Salvation Army kettle and jumped inside of it.

The Salvation Army is an international Christian charitable organization that works to feed and clothe those in need around the world, as well as help those working to rehabilitate themselves as they recover from addiction. Using the celebration, which had resulted a penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct, to gain exposure to their cause, the Salvation Army also tweeted out:

Here’s the exchange that followed:

Awesome!

 

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