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Girl with Down syndrome stars in most heartwarming promposal ever
This basketball player is scoring major points on the court and in our hearts. ZING.
By now you’ve probably had quite enough of promposals. After a girl pretended to get her boyfriend arrested while she was asking him to prom, it might have seemed like we’d reached a promposal saturation point. But if you can make room for just one more, we promise it’s worth it.
Trey Moses is a senior at Eastern High School in Louisville, Kentucky. He’s a basketball player who’s committed to playing at Ball State University in the fall. Recently, he decided to tweet his adorable promposal to his friend, who has Down syndrome. The caption for the tweet: “Decided to ask my best friend to prom.”
What the world needs now is more teens like this, and less teens like this.
Photo via Trey Moses/Twitter | Remix by Jason Reed
Marisa Kabas is a lifestyle reporter and activist. Her work has been published by Fusion, Fast Company, and Today. She’s also served as an editorial campaigns director for Purpose PBC, a social movement incubator.