Donald Glover Copped 113 Boxes of Girl Scout Cookies From Fan Who Covered His Track



Atlanta star/creator Donald Glover generously donated some time to Stephen Colbert’s Late Show Wednesday. When asked why he maintains such a prolific output across multiple formats, Glover told Colbert, “Curiosity.”

“I’m really curious about the way things work,” he said. “I think I always have been. Also, I was raised Jehova’s Witness so I didn’t have a lot of things growing up, like, a lot of things from the world. I was always taught that the world was kind of a bad place, so whenever things came in, I’d be like ‘Yo, this is really dope.'” Those things, he added, included TV, magic, and birthday celebrations. “All the little things that a lot of people get when they’re younger were really fascinating to me when I was older,” he said. Later in the interview, Colbert introduced Glover to Charity Joy, the Girl Scout from Atlanta who went viral with her cookie-promoting cover of Gambino’s “Redbone.” Wisely, Glover immediately purchased 113 boxes of Thin Mints. “They’re vegan,” he noted.

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31 thoughts on “Donald Glover Copped 113 Boxes of Girl Scout Cookies From Fan Who Covered His Track

  1. Lol even though these artists, actors and "idolised" people have crazy money to help people, most of them appear in public announcing how they help the poor… No gain in taking credit

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