4-year old opens a lemonade stand to help pay for Willie Taggart's buyout

We always appreciate kids with entrepreneurial spirit, Grayton Grant (4-year old in Tallahassee) said, rather than typing away hot-takes on Twitter, he would put his efforts towards a real movement. After starting 1-2, FSU everywhere are less than pleased, especially coming off the year they had last season.

You know what they say, when FSU gives you a lemon...make lemonade! Read more below from the Tallahassee Democrat:

Grayton’s father – FSU graduate and Platinum Chief Daniel Grant - teamed up with his son. He matched the total and stroked a check for $482 to Seminole Boosters, Inc.

The check - earmarked for “Taggart Buy Out!” - was accompanied by a formal yet tongue-in-cheek, typewritten letter signed by Grayton to Seminole Boosters, Inc.

It explained that “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….”

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