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A 14-year-old boy who has autism got to celebrate his birthday by fulfilling one of his wishes at an Alabama Chick-fil-A.

One store in Mobile, Ala., opened its doors on Sunday, when Chick-fil-A is typically closed, for Elijah Sprague so he could help run the drive-thru.

Walt Gilstrap, the manager of the restaurant and Elijah’s uncle, along with the owner, Mr. Glen, let Elijah run the drive-thru window where he passed out cookies to about 40 cars. The participants then went inside the Chick-fil-A to finish celebrating Elijah’s day with a festive cookie cake, Mobile, Ala., news station WKRG reported.

“The way people love this kid amazes me. It has truly changed the way I live my life. Loving people with your whole heart, [judgments] aside and with no anticipation of rewards. Thank you to every single person that loves our Elijah,” Rene Sprague, Elijah’s mother, wrote on Facebook.

But this isn’t Elijah’s first drive-thru window experience.

Two years ago, the young man celebrated his 12th birthday by running the drive-thru window at his local pharmacy. “It was his dream come true!” Rene Sprague wrote at the time.  She did not immediately respond to Yahoo Lifestyle’s requests for comment.

Chick-fil-A is known for closing its doors on Sunday so employees can rest and worship, an idea the founder S. Truett Cathy first established in 1946, but the restaurant has opened its doors for special occasions before.

In September 2018, following Hurricane Florence, a Chick-fil-A outside Raleigh, N.C., prepared and donated 500 sandwiches and 1,200 nuggets to rescue teams from five states and evacuees at three local shelters.

In 2016, following the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, Fla., that left 49 people dead and 53 others wounded, employees at a Chick-fil-A donated food to first responders at the club and those donating blood to victims.

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The Pussycat Dolls are working on kicking R. Kelly to the curb … digitally, and financially, speaking.

Our sources say the group’s label, Interscope, is currently working behind the scenes to get the song “Out Of This Club” featuring R. Kelly removed from all streaming services.

The song — produced by Kelly — was released in 2008 to mixed reviews. One music critic referred to the track as a “standard sex you up fare (you wouldn’t expect anything less from Kelly, would you?)”

In any event … the move comes on the heels of Lady GagaCeline Dion and Chance The Rapper jumping on board the #MuteRKelly movement after Lifetime aired the docuseries, “Surviving R. Kelly.”

As we reported … Gaga apologized and said she stands in solidarity with the women Kelly allegedly abused. It didn’t take long for Celine to follow suit.

Ciara is also in the process of taking “Promise” offline, but as we’ve told you … tons of artists are still streaming their R. Kelly collabs.


Whewww this is MESSY! A cop caught her lover cheating and decided to air his dirty laundry on IG. The heart broken officer posted pictures of her man, who is also a Sergeant, allegedly kissing another women, who is married to a cop. Take a look at the photo to see the caption the scorned GF allegedly wrote.

An internal NYPD report led authorities to investigate and stripped the cheating Sergeant of his guns for precautionary reasons but later got them back.


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💐🎩 Congratulations #Kimbella, 36, #JuelzSantana, 36, who tied the knot last night at a private ceromy in NJ. They’ve been together for about a decade and share two children together.

The Dipset rapper recently pleaded guilty for brining a loaded 38 caliber to the airport last year. He was sentenced to 27 months in prison. Hopefully he gets released early on GB + he gets to come home to a BEAUTIFUL wife! 😍🙏🏽🚔

After a 2015 report showed that Tina Smith’s school had low scores, she wanted to fix the issue. The Principal Tina, decided to hold a staff meeting by creating a mock funeral. Tina wanted to “burry” old ways of teaching and improve the scores.

There was a tiny “casket” in the middle of the room along with a “dead” baby doll inside surrounded by flowers and pamphlets that read, “In loving memory of Madam 2 to 3 years behind.” Some teachers stormed out as it reminded them of their child bearing issues. The principal later apologized but was her method extreme?