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Boogie is paying for a funeral of a high school football player

Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

The news that surrounds DeMarcus Cousins isn’t always positive, but today it is. Earlier this afternoon, it was reported that Boogie was going to pay for the funeral of Jaulon Clavo, a senior football player at Grant Union High School in Sacramento.

Clavo was 16 years old and was driving four other players when he was reportedly shot in the neck. Cousins has been seen attending Grant Union football games and has donated to the school in the past.

This is an incredible gesture by Boogie and shows a side of him rarely seen. My faith in humanity is restored for a while.

 

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Article written by Haley Simpson

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2 Comments for Boogie is paying for a funeral of a high school football player



  1. m4ff3w
    6:49 pm November 15, 2015 Permalink

    Side rarely seen? Boogie has repeatedly shown himself to be a very generous caring individual. Your post sounds like it came from National media, not Kentucky media that has known him for a long time.