Despite his much-lauded humanitarian work, WWE Superstar Titus O’Neil says he has “zero desire” to run for office any time soon.
In a recent interview with our very own Denise Salcedo, O’Neil said he believes government bureaucracy would make it more difficult for him to serve communities if he were to become an elected official
“Politics moves way too slow for me,” the WWE Superstar said when Denise asked him if he had ever considered running for office. “I don’t think we should have five board meetings to decide whether or not we should put an [air conditioner] in a school,” he continued.
Titus — real name Thaddeus Bullard — also spoke about his charity work and promoted the #GivingTuesday campaign, during which his Bullard Family Foundation donated $127,500 to four charities across two cities.
#GivingTuesday occurs on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving in the United States and was described as a “global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world” in a WWE press release.
On his future with WWE, Titus assured us that he would be returning to TV “very soon”.
As you might recall, Titus was nominated for the Muhammad Ali Sports Humanitarian Award earlier this year.
Check out Denise’s interview with Titus below!