Adam Rippon went a little too heavy on the free McDonald’s at Olympics
Adam Rippon will likely have plenty of endorsement opportunities after he became one of the breakout stars of the 2018 Winter Olympics, but a partnership with McDonald’s seems unlikely.
Rippon, who won a bronze medal in figure skating in PyeongChang, said on Saturday that he hit the free McDonald’s at the Olympics a bit too hard. The 28-year-old joked that he is going to beg his trainer for help.
After having free McDonalds in the village for the majority of the time since I’ve finished my events, I’m thinking the most professional way of notifying my trainer that “LOL I MESSED UP I NEED LIKE A NEW BODY SRY HELP PLZ”
— Adam Rippon (@Adaripp) February 25, 2018
As we learned with his hilarious live interview early on in the Winter Games, Rippon has a great sense of humor. McDonald’s is one of the official sponsors of the Olympics, but that doesn’t mean eating Big Macs for two weeks has any less impact on the greatest athletes in the world. Rippon appears to have learned that the hard way.