BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - A local shopper may now be Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson's biggest fan.
Wednesday, Johnson tweeted that he was about to surprise the person behind him in line at Walmart by paying for all their shopping.
He tweeted, "bout to bless somebody at Walmart. (Whoever behind me in line won't be paying for anything they have.)
Angelica Buie and her sister, Tiffany, were behind Johnson and sent News 4 a photo showing her and the Bills player at the check-out line at the Hamburg Walmart location.
She says she didn't even know Johnson played for the Bills and that the clerk at Walmart told her. Angelica described Johnson as being very down-to-earth and humble.
She plans to buy his jersey and pay the good deed forward.
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