Taylor Swift, the undisputed queen of generosity, has once again proven that she’s not just a pop sensation but also a certified sweetheart. Picture this: Jerris Rainey, the lucky ticket taker at Highmark Stadium, had the time of her life when T-Swizzle graced her presence.
According to Rainey, who probably still can’t believe her luck, Taylor is the real deal – as down to earth as a garden gnome with a knack for making people’s days. Rainey spilled the beans to 7 News Buffalo, recalling her encounter with the international icon.
“I just wanted to catch a glimpse of her, you know? And there she was, asking if I worked at the stadium,” Rainey gushed, probably still in disbelief that the pop sensation was addressing her mortal self.
Taylor, in all her benevolent glory, then pops the question: “Can I give you a tip?” Now, we’re not talking loose change here; we’re talking Benjamins. A cool $100 bill exchanged hands, and Rainey must have felt like she won the lottery. But that’s not the end of the story.
In a plot twist that would make Shakespeare proud, Swift takes it up a notch. She goes full celebrity mode and asks the million-dollar (or should we say, hundred-dollar) question: “Do you want a picture with me?” Rainey, who has probably been practicing her selfie face for this very moment, screams “YES!” internally.
The result? A selfie for the ages, where Taylor Swift leans in so close that Rainey’s smile threatens to break the selfie lens. Move over, Mona Lisa – there’s a new iconic smile in town, and it’s thanks to T-Swizzle.
And in case you think this is a one-time act of benevolence, think again. Taylor Swift has turned tipping stadium workers into an art form. Just last month at Gillette Stadium in Massachusetts, she was caught red-handed (or should we say green-handed) handing out Benjamin after Benjamin to a lucky staff member in the kitchen.
Taylor Swift: not just a pop sensation, but a generous tipper, selfie aficionado, and all-around legend. Bow down to the queen of making stadium workers’ days – one hundred-dollar bill at a time.