Monday, March 4, 2024

Watch This Kid Interview Chicago Bulls About Snacks

Five-year old Henry loves snacks. And talking to people. Here, he combines both as he interviews a handful of Chicago Bulls, including Robin Lopez, Doug McDermott, Dwyane Wade, Rajon Rondo, and Denzel Valentine. The results are incredibly genuine, which you don’t often find in sports reporting.

A few takeaways from Henry:

Manners. Do not try to eat a Babybel without taking the wax of first. And don’t shove an entire wad of fruit tape into your mouth during a conversation. You’d think these guys would know more about the subject than little Henry, but nope. Henry is poised like a veteran news anchor coaxing answers from his guests by way of snacks.

Keeping your cool. Most little kids would scream and cry when someone walks away with their entire stash of GoGo SqueeZ apple sauce. Henry actually encourages it.

Attire. Henry may be the only person on the planet who can pull of a pair of black Crocs with his little man suit. He wears it with confidence. Hashtag #crocsandjocks.

If you’re hoping to see more of Henry, 1) join the club and 2) you’re in luck. The Bulls seem to have fallen in love with their newest sports reporter.

It’s unclear if this new series will be strictly about the Bulls (does the team own the rights to “Late Night Snacks?”) or if Henry has proprietary rights and is therefore free to interview whomever he wants. It’d be great to see Henry face-off with other celeb types. Either way, Henry is going places.

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