On Veteran’s Day Chili’s was giving away free meals to veterans.  What was supposed to be a good deed turned into a horrific incident when a black army vet had his food taken away by a Chili’s manager in Dallas.  Now Mark Cuban is ready to give him so much more.

Ernest Walker, the U.S. Army veteran was confronted by an elderly Trump supporter who said they didn’t let blacks serve in Germany and he was an imposter.  The Trump supporter then told the manager who came over to Walker and asked him for proof of his service, and despite Walker providing that information, the manager still took his food away.  Walker’s story went viral, and now Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban wants to help.  Here’s what he’s offering:

— 2 season tickets to the Dallas Mavs games for the rest of the season

— 10 bonus tickets to Wednesday night’s game so Walker can bring 10 more vets!

— 10 bonus tickets to most Mavs home games to give out to other vets and people in need

— Cuban agreed to donate money to Ernest’s campaign to feed 1 million soldiers

TMZ Sports spoke to Walker who says he’s pumped about the offer and expressed his gratitude to Cuban when they talked on the phone earlier Wednesday.

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