Bank Denied Girl’s Card With Terry Crews On It, So She Contacted Him Personally For Permission – Here’s How He Responded
By now, it’s a common knowledge that Terry Crews is the internet’s favorite kind-hearted badass. So it only made sense for Twitter user Darrel Kennedy to put his face on her new platinum debit card, which didn’t make sense for the guys at Wells Fargo bank, who denied her design request. At first.
The bank follows a policy that requires recognizable faces to be approved by the face’s owner, in this case, Terry Crews. And what seemed to be the end of it, turned out to be only a beginning as Darrel wasn’t about to give up her idea.
She decided to reach out to Terry on Twitter by tagging him in one of her Tweets, explaining the situation. And what happened next is not your usual “deaf ear” scenario, so scroll below and witness it yourself!
This is Darrel Kennedy, a Twitter user who was looking for a way to convince herself to spend less money
The perfect answer was obviously making sure Terry Crews’ stern expression was in her wallet
Wells Fargo, however, put red tape around her idea
Luckily, the ‘Old Spice guy’ came through to save the day
As it turns out, the actor himself even uses this trick to discourage splurging
Everyone was on edge waiting to find out if it worked, and they weren’t disappointed
Overall, this was pretty much the most interesting to happen on the Internet in a while