This Man's Extra AF News Interview During A Snowstorm Will Make You Aspire To Slay This Hard In All Aspects Of Life

This Man's Extra AF News Interview During A Snowstorm Will Make You Aspire To Slay This Hard In All Aspects Of Life

Roderick McGee bringing smiling faces to Sumter, South Carolina.

Published January 5th

On Thursday, a storm coined a "Bomb Cyclone" delivered freezing temperatures and icy conditions to people on the East Coast. Although the frigid weather kept most people inside and off the road, one resident of Sumter, South Carolina, went out and brought the heat during a local news interview. 

Roderick McGee, 23, was out with his brother during the wintry storm when they came across an old woman in need of assistance. After helping the elderly member of the community, Roderick was flagged down by CBS News 19, where he gave an interview worth watching. 

  1. While speaking with a reporter, Roderick showed us why the term 'extra' was created

    When it comes to his on-camera appearance, Roderick said he wanted people in his community to know good deeds still exist. 

    "I felt like I needed to let people know know that there are still some good people in our community," Roderick told BET News about his interview. 

  2. Not only did Roderick let people know there are good Samaritans in Sumter, but he also showed them how fabulous he is
  3. The video was shared thousands of times and Roderick was called the king of flair

    "Being called extra is definitely nothing new to me. I been called that all my life. To be honest, it's funny to me, as we all know I can really put a lot of flare into anything I do," Roderick told BET. 

  4. The people of Sumter were so taken by Roderick's personality, he was asked for follow-up interviews

Written by Rachel Herron

(Photo: WLTX News19)

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