How bad in Tallahassee? 4-year-old sells lemonade to help pay for Willie Taggart's massive buyout
It appears that Florida State fans have had enough of Willie Taggart already. Even the young ones.
In somewhat of a comical story involving Taggart by Jim Henry of the Tallahassee Democrat, a four-year-old sold lemonade to help pay for Taggart’s $17 million buyout.
Fresh off another disappointing loss to Virginia Saturday night, Grayton Grant didn’t waste any time Sunday morning. He was out selling lemonade to help the university pay for Taggart’s buyout. As you can see below, he set up two signs with “Free Willie” in massive letters on one outside his grandmother’s house. He raised a whopping $241, too.
The boy’s father matched the total and wrote a check to the Seminole Booster’s, Inc. with the check labeled as “Taggart Buy Out!” Grayton even wrote them a letter.
“I am tired of losing football games and being made fun of at school for being a Seminole fan. At four, I am already starting to gravitate towards the color orange. You don’t want that for an innocent kid like me….”
— Jim Henry (@JimHenryTALLY) September 15, 2019