Matthew McConaughey only recently got an Instagram account, but you wouldn't know that by looking at his feed. Our favorite Austinite has been making some extremely creative posts lately, some of which have been to help make people more aware of the actions that need to be taken to fight against the coronavirus. Most recently, Matthew McConaughey made his own bandana face masks and is now selling them for a great cause.
McConaughey introduced us to his "Bobby Bandito" persona yesterday in a video he posted on his Instagram. In the video, the character taught us how to make bandana face masks to wear in public, and now, those same face masks are for sale.
The bandana face masks say, "just keep livin'" on them which is the name of the foundation started by him and his wife Camila.
The foundation was started to "empower high school students by providing them with the tools to lead active and healthy lives."
For every bandana face mask purchased, 100% of the proceeds "will provide meals and computers to students and their families in this time of need," according to McConaughey's Instagram Story.
The bandanas can be purchased from swiping up on his story, or, on the foundation's website.
McConaughey is one of many celebrities who has gone above and beyond for those in need during these "rough and tumble times," as the actor would put it.
Just last week, he and his wife surprised Texas first responders with thousands of face masks.
In the video above, you can see McConaughey acting as Bandito, a bounty hunter after the coronavirus.
"I say it's high time we catch this killer, 'cause we've got more livin' to do," says McConaughey, or, Bandito.
If you're still in need of a face mask, these bandanas might be the perfect purchase for you.