Keanu Reeves Gets Stranded And Organized A Bus Trip With Strangers –
No matter the level of success, Keanu Reeves has always remained humble and kind. The stories of his kindness are all over social media — like this one from a few people who were on the same flight as the actor last week.
According to passenger Amir Blum, Keanu Reeves was on his flight from San Francisco to L.A. on Saturday, and the plane had to make an emergency landing in Bakersfield, 100 miles shy of Los Angeles due to a mechanical issue.
— Amir Blum (Unboxed) (@CheesyJedi) March 24, 2019
And instead of taking off like a typical celebrity, he organized vans to take everyone the rest of the way.
keanu got stranded somewhere in california and had to take a bus instead of a plane and some guy filmed the entire experience and i am BEGGING yall to watch this pic.twitter.com/I1TmLOEYiK
— ᴄ ᴀ ᴛ (@keanusgf) March 24, 2019
Then he entertained the other passengers during the two-hour drive by reading facts about Bakersfield, playing country music on his phone, and saying goodbye to passengers as they were dropped off.
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Hey everyone- There’s been a lot of attention about a recent story I posted about an “adventure“ on a minibus with one of the great humanitarians (and fav actors) of our time. I don’t have anything to add other than that all the passengers were incredibly kind and lovely people, including the folks who took care of us in Bakersfield, CA. Perhaps though, with all this attention we can do some good. In the spirit of what a generous person Mr. Reeves is here are a few charities that you might consider donating to (if you don’t already). If you do have copies of the video (news outlets:), please attach links to these charities alongside them. Maybe we do a little good. 🙏 I posted links to charities in stories so you can easily click to each of these. 🚐🌴🦄💛 Song: It’s Such a Pretty World Today / Wynn Stewart #itssuchaprettyworldtoday www.sickkidsfoundation.com www.standuptocancer.org www.scorefund.org www.wildlifewaystation.org www.coachart.org/get-involved www.coachart.org www.stjude.org www.cityofhope.org/giving