A retired trainer helped nation mega-star Keith City pay for a cup of espresso at a Burlington County Wawa Friday — not realizing who the shaggy-haired crooner was. 

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Then City, who performed the BB&T Pavilion in Camden on Friday, posed for an image outdoors the shop with a blushing Ruth Reed.

The image has gone viral after being posted to a Medford Fb group the place it has generated greater than 350 feedback and been shared greater than 3,000 instances. 

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“I used to be sitting within the automobile with my mother and grandmom consuming our hoagies on the way in which to the shore yesterday and my mother mentioned that is Keith City!” wrote Lauren Marie. “He received in a black SUV and left. We weren’t certain if we have been seeing issues or not!”

Dozens of former college students and oldsters of scholars who have been taught by Reed chimed in.

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“Ruth was an incredible elementary college trainer in Medford for a few years till she retired,” mentioned Miriam Wilt Coll. “Now she continues to provide again to the colleges by subbing and volunteering. Could not have occurred to a nicer particular person!” 

And primarily based on a few of these feedback, this is not the primary time Reed had helped a fellow Wawa patron. 

“[Ruth is] a really type soul who frequently treats people to espresso at Wawa,” Carolan Grimes Kviklys commented on the submit.

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“Fortunate you Keith City! You bought to fulfill one of many nicest women in Medford!,” wrote Patty Brandt Rosvold.

City, who’s married to actress Nicole Kidman, is presently on tour to advertise his ninth album, Graffiti U. 

Allison Pries could also be reached at [email protected] Comply with her on Twitter @AllisonPries. Discover NJ.com on Fb. 



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