Glen Davis Works Drive-Thru at Louisiana Chicken Joint for Charity

Dan CarsonTrending Lead WriterJuly 14, 2014

Glen “Big Baby” Davis has a hunger, and that hankering is to give back to the community. 

According to TMZ, the free-agent forward took orders last Wednesday at Raising Canes—a popular chicken joint in his hometown of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. 

Davis wore a headset and worked the drive-thru window for the event, which raised money for the Glen Big Baby Davis Foundation.

He also posed with fans.


By all accounts, it's been a solid week of philanthropy for Davis. The 6’9”, 289-pound forward also stopped by a Baton Rouge library to read to the kids.

He participated in a Big Baby bowling night as well.

I’d say that’s a lot of pro bono work, but you know Davis grabbed a plate of chicken fingers before leaving Canes. He’s about giving back, but he is, after all, just a man.

And no man can resist the Canes. 


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