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ESPN’s Darren Rovell Gets OWNED By Salvation Army For Saying They’re Using Zeke For Money

by: Black Adam Schefter On  Monday, December 19, 2016

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During the second quarter of the Cowboys-Bucs game on SNF, RB Ezekiel Elliott scored a TD and proceeded to jump inside a Salvation Army kettle to celebrate.

 

If you follow ESPN’s Darren Rovell, then you know it was just a matter of time before he’d tweet out some nonsense that nobody ever cares to know.

He immediately criticized the Salvation Army for trying to get money off of Ezekiel Elliott for pulling his stunt during the game.

Salvation Army responded:

Rovell took it on the chin.

Twitter responded as well:



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