Jason Pierre-Paul Skypes 11-Year-Old Who Lost His Fingers
Say what you will about Jason Pierre-Paul‘s negligence around explosives, but there’s no denying that the Giants’ defensive end is one heck of a dude.
The Bohannon family from Folsom, Pennsylvania reminded us of this by sharing their story about how JPP took the time out of his schedule to Skype with 11-year-old Seamus Bohannon, who lost parts of two fingers after getting his hand caught in a bike chain on November 3rd.
While speaking with the plastic surgeons, Seamus was told to look into Jason Pierre-Paul’s story. So the very next day, his sister Tweeted the two-time Pro Bowler, asking him to provide her brother with some moral support:
— janie (@janiebohannon) November 5, 2015
Seamus feared the injury would affect his ability to play sports in the future, but he was also worried he’d be the victim of taunting. In need of an inspiring pep-talk, Jason Pierre-Paul was there to help Seamus in his time of need:
— janie (@janiebohannon) November 17, 2015
JPP may have lost a piece of his hand, but his heart continues to grow larger than ever.
Hat Tip – [NJ.com]