Channing Tatum Lost His Bag in the Cab, Found It Via Twitter!
Every second someone loose something in the New York City cab and Channing Tatum is the new name in the list. Tatum might have done notable action films like the “Jump Street” series but when he faced a real-life problem. It was when he took the help of his seven million followers on Twitter. Read on for more details.
According to ABC News, the “Foxcatcher” star was in the city on Saturday and apparently he forgot his backpack in the cab. When he realized that he has walked out of the cab without his bag, he couldn’t help but use a little help. And he used the power of social media platforms. Tatum quickly tweeted that he has lost his bag in the cab near 42nd Street in NYC.
Tatum’s followers thought that the “22nd Jump Street” star might be cracking a joke as he worked in both the movies of Jump Street series and the number adds to 42. So he had to tweet again, “Seriously, left my black backpack in a cab near NYC’s 42nd street.”
The star had to create a new e-mail address just to make his fans feel sure that he has seriously lost something very important. In the tweet, he added the e-mail address as, email@example.com.
Tatum has a huge fan following and he really didn’t have to deal with the trauma of losing the bag. To his luck, someone had located his black color bag by Sunday evening and returned it to the star. Then, Tatum with all his heart thanked the unnamed Samaritan in his next tweet.
Tatum is not the first star to use the social media platform to find something which he lost. There have been many notable celebrities who have used the crowdsourcing to find their belongings. Tom Hanks acquired his lost credit card with the help of Twitter and the Hulk star, Mark Ruffalo used Twitter to find his lost wallet.
Fans still have no clue what was inside the bag, but we can only assume that whatever it was in the bag, really meant a great deal to him. So Tatum, be careful next time!
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