baller wolf, juju smith-schuster, takes another male to prom

this is a “feel good” kind of story.
i’m sure it will raise eyebrows as well.
so imagine going to your senior prom

…With a Baller Wolf?

^that baller wolf in the picture above.
juju smith-schuster,
who plays for the steelers,
and he did a very good deed last week.

He escorted another male to his prom

…all because he asked.
it’s that easy?
a foxholer sent me this story and…

Pittsburgh Steelers’ wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster went to prom at a Pittsburgh area high school Friday evening.

Smith-Schuster posted to his Instagram story saying that he attended the Chartiers Valley High School prom after student Anthony Molinaro asked him to go.

The Steelers’ wide-receiver and student matched wearing turquoise tuxedos before taking a limousine with friends to the dance.

Students that attended prom took to Instagram posting pictures with the 22-year-old professional athlete.

i bet when he walked in that prom,
with a male in tow,
it turnt

now did they go as a date or…?
what?
i know you’re thinking it too.
whatever the circumstance was,
that was very nice of him to go out of his way to do that.
he is very confident in his sexuality and i stan.
others should take note.

lowkey: i wonder if i can get a baller wolf to show up at an office party?
someone find one for me an ask!

article cc: cbs

pictures cc: juju smith-schuster | instagram | instagram

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Author: jamari fox

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19 thoughts on “baller wolf, juju smith-schuster, takes another male to prom

  1. Everyone is not homophobic, but the majority are. Stories like this are twinkle in my eye but never a ray over my soul.

    It probably wasn’t a date. More like a buddy-bro type of thing. If it was more than that, I stand corrected.

    Either way, it’s still a nice thing to do.

    Let me ask Trey Songz to take me somewhere…and never come back.

  2. Great thing he did but ya’ll know he is gonna hear it! Poor guy.
    I could see Odell doing something like this though ’cause he don’t give AF.

  3. He’s only 22 himself. I imagine he had a great time being semi normal for an evening. I wonder how many of those legal Beckies threw themselves at him.

    1. My thoughts exactly. A White person would have asked the same question if Shuster’s prom date was Black.

    2. Lol, yeah that thought crossed my mind too…
      Either way the white kid asked and Juju said yes, so good for him.

  4. Let me first start out by saying that I do think the JuJu story is pretty dope. 2nd the commenter Sixtree is right for pointing out race. Race is America, it is the foundation upon which everything is built and race is what undergirds our society even in 2019 and if people took an honest look at their life especially if they are black they will find that race is the most consequential thing in their life. It really is sad as black people that we’ve been made to feel so ashamed and embarrassed about our history, lineage, and legacy in a nation that we helped build that we trip over ourselves trying to run away from who and what we are, and we’re the only group of people in America that does it, and what’s even worse is that we live in a society that’s eager to celebrate and reward that self-hatred. Not to necessarily give a history lesson but our slavery built the most powerful nation the world has ever known, we have fought in every war from the American revolutionary war to the Civil War and everything that came after, we have survived failed reconstruction, Jim Crow, redlining, not being included in the GI bill which built the American middle class with the New Deal, the Tuskegee experiments, the crack cocaine epidemic, the war on drugs, our struggle for civil rights has been a beacon of light for the rest of the world, we’ve invented blues, jazz, R&B, rap, hip-hop, and some have even credited black people with the creation of country music, intellectually a black man named Daniel Hale Williams performed the first successful open heart surgery and the list goes on and on. The point is we as black people through our pain, struggle, and perseverance have a long and rich history and legacy to run towards , we should be running towards each other not away from each other; and never feel bad for talking about race

    1. “…that we trip over ourselves trying to run away from who and what we are, and we’re the only group of people in America that does it, and what’s even worse is that we live in a society that’s eager to celebrate and reward that self-hatred.”

      That part…

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