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$150,000 Raised For Burger King Employee

Just a few days ago, Burger King employee, Kevin Ford went viral for the saddest reasons.

But now things are really looking up for him.


Kevin Ford, a man who worked at Burger King for twenty-seven years, went viral this week after the company gave him a not-so-impressive goody bag for the service he gave them.

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Talking to TMZ, he said that although it is a “great company” to work for, they’ve “lost touch with their workers.”

This was made apparent when he showed the world the thanks he got for the many years he’s spent with them. Ford explained that the company used to give out checks, but instead he got a single movie ticket.

“It was just stuff that they had laying around that they put together,” he told the news outlet.


Ford also said that he’d “like to take a day off,” but he can’t “think about having a day off.”

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The hard-working Ford got a bag of Reece’s, a cup from Starbucks, a lanyard, 2 pens, 1 movie ticket, and a couple of keychains… Not what you’d expect, right?

Well, David Spade wasn’t having any of it, showing that he appreciates hard work when he sees it.


Ford’s daughter, who set up a GoFundMe page for her father so that he could come and visit them, excitedly told him that the comedic legend himself had donated.

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How much? You may be wondering. Well, it was a whopping $5,000!

That wasn’t all though…

The comedy icon and movie star also slid into Ford’s personal messages on Instagram, too.

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“Keep up the good work, 27 yrs,” he wrote.

Ford then wrote back: HOLY SH*T DUDE. Cannot believe this!!! THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! For even watching the video! I love you, my brother! Much love and God bless… LLP. I think I might be able to take a day off.”

Spade then joked back: “Wait till year 30.”

“Damn are you one of my managers? Thank you again, sir, you’re the best. Have a great day,” Ford wrote.

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HAVANT, PORTSMOUTH – MAY 01: Orders are collected through a drive-through window as staff are seen wearing PPE equipment to hand over orders on a tray to minimize contact at the Burger King drive-through in Havant, their first branch to reopen during coronavirus lockdown on May 01, 2020 in Havant, Portsmouth. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who returned to Downing Street this week after recovering from Covid-19, said the country needed to continue its lockdown measures to avoid a second spike in infections. (Photo by Naomi Baker/Getty Images)

What a legend!

And now, the GoFundMe has surpassed $150,000.

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Speaking about his eventual good fortune, Ford explained: “The generosity of these people is just overwhelming. I’ve been crying for three days now. I can’t believe it. I really can’t.”

Ford added that he would use some of the money raised to pay for his grand-kids to go to college.

Finally some good news.