Tennessee Sheriff’s Deputy Shares Note Left by Two Black Women After Their Random Act of Kindness

Two women paid for a Sumner County deputy’s meal at a Nashville restaurant.

A Tennesee sheriff’s deputy was moved by a heartwarming gesture from two black women while he was having breakfast — and shared the random act of kindness on social media.

Sumner County Sheriff’s Deputy Jody McDowell said he was dining at a Cracker Barrel near the Nashville airport when he learned that the two women covered his meal for him.

“I want to thank the two sweet black ladies who paid for my breakfast this morning,” he wrote Tuesday on Facebook.

McDowell also shared a photo of a note the women left behind for him that said, “[Black Lives Matter], but so does yours!”

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SOURCE: New York Post, Jackie Salo