An anonymous couple in Minnesota dropped a check in a Salvation Army bucket on Saturday for HALF-A-MILLION DOLLARS. According to a spokeswoman, it’s for real and the check is good. And it might be the largest donation anyone’s ever left in a Salvation Army kettle.
We see stories every year about someone dropping something crazy in a Salvation Army kettle, like a gold coin. But THIS is in a whole other stratosphere . . .
A group of firefighters was asking for Salvation Army donations outside a grocery store near Minneapolis on Saturday . . . when someone dropped a check in for HALF-A-MILLION DOLLARS.
According to a spokeswoman, it was an elderly couple who want to remain anonymous. But it’s for real, and the check is good.
They say they did it to honor one of their fathers, who fought in World War One and used to talk about how Salvation Army workers walked around handing out coffee and donuts to the troops.
And they also want to encourage other people to be as generous as they can with donations this year.
Officials are still confirming, but it might be the largest donation anyone has EVER left in a Salvation Army kettle.
Justin Bieber allegedly assaulted DJ Michael Woods’ tour manager, Alex Madden, during a night out at a club in South Korea.
The party’s host told TMZ that it started when Justin requested hip hop music and words were exchanged. Things stopped before any punches were thrown, but Woods is claiming that Justin threw a cheap shot at Madden.
Woods Tweeted: “Story is @justinbieber + his army of heavy security muscled in to the booth half way thru my set in S. Korea demanding hip hop. So when I told @justinbieber to f-ck off and put some clothes on he took a cheap shot at my tour manager and fled behind a wall of security.”
Famous DJ and EDM artist deadmau5 also Tweeted: “Dear @justinbieber, would you please grow the f-ck up already? In the meantime, put a shirt on, and stay away from nightclubs.”
In the end, Justin got his way. When Woods finished his set, Justin was seen getting behind the turntables — shirtless — to play some hip hop.