We know how Green Bay Packers receiver Randall Cobb is spending his summer vacation. He went to Africa.
He wasn’t just hanging out either. Cobb was there to be a do-gooder.
He was trying to help save the rhinos and brought solar-powered lights to the Village of Bojanala, which doesn’t have electricity.
You’re gonna get some good karma back for this stuff, boy-o! Hopefully, in the form of staying healthy throughout the 2017 season.
This was by far one of the most humbling experience of my life! @epicroad setup a trip to the Village of Bojanala to provide solar powered inflatable lights for the Top 10 performers on their June exams. This light will allow the kids to study after dark and give their families light in a village with minimal/no electricity. #BeTheLight
#SaveTheRhinos Over the last 50 yrs, 96% of the Rhino population has been poached for their horns. In Asia, these horns go for around $1M on the black market. We had the opportunity to join the conservationist on the reserve to tranquilize, notch, DNA test and microchip "Henry" the Rhino in an effort to save one of the Big 5.
BREAKING NEWS! Ted Thompson joined Cobb in Africa to scout out some of the locals to see if they had the tools to play corner despite never seeing a game of football in their life.
“We’ve got AIDS and lions and plague and ebola and starvation and bugs and all that shit runnin’ round here, but no worries. We got these dope lamps from Randy, so we good. Who wanna dance?”
Kato for real shut up