[Bleacher Report] Kyrie has donated $323k and 250k meals throughout NY, 200k Beyond Burgers to Food Bank of NYC, 3k masks and food trucks to Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, producing Breonna Taylor documentary, and started $1.5m fund for WNBA players


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[Bleacher Report] Kyrie has donated $323k and 250k meals throughout NY, 200k Beyond Burgers to Food Bank of NYC, 3k masks and food trucks to Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, producing Breonna Taylor documentary, and started $1.5m fund for WNBA players



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  1. He reminds me a bit of Cam Newton where he will occasionally say something dumb and show his ass but is really trying to help the community. Hearts in the right place but isn’t perfect. Can’t hate on him too much.

  2. I’m going to get downvoted for this, but everyone in Kyrie threads creates straw mans and shits on Reddit for not giving Kyrie enough credit.

    but no one in the threads about the good work Kyrie is doing says this shit in the first place.

    good for you Kyrie man, keep it up. doing good work for the community. but why can’t we just focus on the good parts instead of tearing Kyrie/each other down?

    edit: completely agree with comments, Kyrie does say some really stupid shit and he deserves criticism for that. he shouldn’t get criticized for charity work because he says questionable things.

  3. I’ll say what I’ve always said: Kyrie is not the brightest guy in the league and deserves criticism for the stupid shit he says, but he’s always seemed like he has good intentions. Clearly, he’s a compassionate person and that deserves to be commended. He’s done more for his community in the last few months than many NBA athletes have ever done for theirs.

    You take the good with the bad in some people, Kyrie definitely being one of them.

  4. Honestly donating Beyond Burgers to the food bank is a next-level impactful move. Meat processing plants are a fucking death trap right now, and even in places like Germany they are single-handedly leading to new outbreaks.

  5. Good on Kyrie. Like the rest of us, Kyrie isn’t all good or all bad. It’s annoying to see people say things like “He may be stupid, but he’s a really good dude.” That is still too simple: there’s a reason that his teammates and organizations didn’t like Kyrie when he left: he’s not a 100% really good dude. That said, these crises are really bringing out his good philanthropic side. I hope the rest of us follow suit and let the pandemic/racial tensions motivate us to make the world better.

  6. ron artist has donated over 8million dollars and his championship ring to mental health alone. his contracts and endorsements are literally 1/5 of this boys. and he did it before it was the cool thing to do. why he never get no love here?

  7. It’s funny how the media chose to portray him as this drama queen asshole with an attitude that believes that the earth is flat. He actually is a good person.

    That’s why you never believe in everything you read. Kyrie is generous and is a great player.

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