One of the world's best holidays is Mother's Day.
I am not sure of you all, but I am a self-implicated, full-on momma's boy. I don't feel that's a negative thing at all. I mean, she did birth me for crying out loud. In addition, I know I am in good company as the larger half of Penn & Teller also is a self-proclaimed momma's boy.
Now if you follow football, and to be more specific the NFL draft process, there's a good chance you know who Teddy Bridgewater is. A quarterback prospect hailing from Louisville, Bridgewater is expected to get snapped up tonight by an NFL team.
Now I am not quite sure how this all happened, but Bridgewater has acquired his mother an all-new Cadillac Escalade. In pink.
The story goes that Bridgewater promised his mother, Rose, a pink Escalade when he made it to the NFL.
World famous director Spike Lee created a short to document this moving story. Lee is known for his sport flicks and if you liked his previous work, you'll be sure to LOVE this clip.
Take a look below!
When Teddy Bridgewater was in the 3rd grade he promised his mother, Rose, he'd get her a Pink Cadillac Escalade when he became a professional football player. After a lot of tears and hard work, Teddy made good on his promise. Watch their story in a new documentary directed by Spike Lee.