George Clooney’s Generosity, And Gift To Fellow Airplane Passengers
George and Amal Clooney gifted something awesome to fellow passengers when flying with their 6-month-old twins, and it’s not the first time.
By nowproducerdave on December 13, 2017
George Clooney has to be one of the nicest guys in Hollywood, and these two stories can only prove that should his character ever come into question by somebody.
As you know, George Clooney and his wife Amal welcomed their twins into the world just a few months ago. They had to all go on a flight to visit her family in England, and anyone who’s been on a plane with young children and babies know that the flight can become quite annoying at times when babies start to cry, scream, or kick. Well, George and Amal wanted to prevent that from happening, so when they showed up to the gate, they started to pass out headphones to block the potential screams. Not just regular Walkman-style headphones either – these were of the nice, modern, noise-cancelling variety.
Granted, they were printed with his company’s logo – Casamigos Tequila. The headphones also came with a nice note from George and Amal which simply said “apologies in advance.” Rumor has it that director Quentin Tarantino was on that flight as well. Report from the plane though – the kids didn’t make any noise at all.
We’ve heard of people passing out candy to nearby passengers before, but noise cancelling headphones? I know it’s a silly thing to nerd out on, but that’s pretty cool!
Now for story number 2. He’s very generous and very appreciative with and of a close group of 14 friends. These friends are called “The Boys.” In the group, there’s everyone from fellow actors, Hollywood executives, business partners, all the way down to regular people like you or me. One of his pals is a bartender at an airport in Texas. Anyway, he invited all his pals to his house for dinner, and gave them all a nice speech about how thankful he was for all of them. They remained loyal through something, let him sleep on their couch when he first came to Hollywood, and are just THAT friend. He gave each of them a gift with dinner. A black suitcase was in each of their spots around the dining table. In it was one million dollars in $20s. That’s $14 million. PLUS, he paid the taxes on the money too, so that’s a clean $1 million each. What a guy. Check out the full story here.