Celebrities Offer to Treat Clemson Football to Dinner After the White House Serves Them Fast Food

Quavo, Michael Strahan
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The Clemson Tigers were invited to the White House after winning the National Championship for college football and were treated to Big Macs and Domino’s Pizza served on silver platters. President Donald Trump said he made that decision because of the furloughed White House staff and he thought the meal would be “all-American.”

But not everyone thought McNuggets dipping sauces presented in White House gravy boats were what a champion team deserved, so some big names are stepping up and offering the Tigers a fancier celebration.

Rapper Quavo of the popular hip-hop group Migos took to Twitter Tuesday and offered up his home to the champion team. “I wanna show Clemson Tigers and POTUS how champs are supposed to be treated,” he tweeted.

It’s unclear if Quavo will “Walk It Like He Talks It” and go through with hosting the Clemson team, or if the NCAA will even allow it, but the offer created a lot of hype on social media.

Just minutes after, Ayesha Curry said on the platform that her restaurant would “gladly feed the Clemson Tigers any day.” Ayesha is the wife of NBA star Steph Curry, who refused to go to the White House after the Golden State Warriors won the NBA championship.

On Wednesday morning, “Good Morning America” host and former NFL player Michael Strahan offered to provide a meal for the team.

“Whatever you want we’re gonna take care of you,” he said, offering lobster and caviar as food options. “We’re gonna give you a proper meal that you deserve because number one: great game great accomplishment.”

Watch the video below:

The college football champions have yet to respond to any of the invitations but the question still remains: will the Clemson Tigers replace a Bad meal for a Boujee one?

What do you think?

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