Los Angeles Clippers player Chris Paul and his teammates swapped out their basketballs on Sunday night for waiter trays and server jackets.
HipHollywood joined the Clippers crew and other Hollywood A-listers at Mastro’s Steakhouse in Beverly Hills for a one of a kind event that focused on celebrities becoming servers for the night. The gathering was all in efforts to raise money for Paul’s foundation, CP3.
“Most celebrities are used to being waited on hand and foot when you go to dinner and I felt like it would be something different to switch up the roles. Let us serve the people who are coming out to and donating to this great cause,” Chris told us.
Entertainment Tonight’s Kevin Frazier and former professional boxer Laila Ali hosted the event while the likes of other NBA greats like Baron Davis put on their best smiles for their customers.
“It’s a great out the box idea and I know it’s going to benefit a lot of charities,” Laila said about the event that also honored two LA based organizations, L.A.’s Best and Leaps N Boundz.
For more information on Paul’s foundation, head over to CP3foundation.org.