Justin Timberlake surprises fan with cerebral palsy by giving a wheelchair-accessible van
Justin Timberlake pays it forward.
After getting wind of a compatriot from Tennessee who needed a wheelchair accessible van, the A-Lister tried hard to get it in time for Christmas time. According to local news channel WJHL, Jake Stitt and his family raised funds to buy an adaptable vehicle for the 17-year-old with cerebral palsy.
The teenager is described by the actor as a local celebrity Michael Abbott Jr.., the WJHL said, “Jake is sitting in front of the house and has a sign that says ‘Honk when you are happy.’ He’s an amazing young man. “
Abbott promised Jake that they would raise enough money by Thanksgiving, but the $ 35,000 community members already spent on the cost of the van will now go to the Stitt family after JT rose so generously.
Just a few days ago the van was brought to Jake’s house. In addition to photos of the heartfelt moment shared on Twitter, Michael applauded those who “made a huge difference in someone’s life this week”.