RGIII inspires kids in Cambodia, drops a video & takes a much-needed week off

The whole world got a dose of the unbelievably believable™ last week, just in time for RGIII to take a little break from the spotlight.

Cambodian orphans unable to attend Robert Griffin III's wedding this weekend still managed to get a dose of the celebrity athlete's uplifting trademarks. International volunteers John and Sarah Turosak delivered some jerseys to children at a facility in Siem Reap and gave them a lesson in "Griffining" while chanting "RGIII."

OK, kids, go catch your dreams™. And remember: No pressure, no diamonds™.

Meanwhile, RGIII was overshadowing Matt Barkley again, this time with dueling weddings instead of a Heisman race. He also found time to make an homage to Pop Rocks and Tootsie Pops. (Apparently homemade rap videos have replaced the obnoxious wedding photo booth trend, which is positive.)

Come on, even haters can appreciate a little good clean fun.

We can save the conversation about Kardashian-level media saturation, his position on racist team names and just how infrequently he should be running the ball for later. It's summer. Chill. I'm sure between now and the start of training camp RGIII will have plenty more lighthearted fun from his everyday life to share with fans and followers from Capitol Hill to Cambodia.

Wait ...

What?

The brohams™ and brohamettes™ of the world probably need a week off from RGIII just as much as he needs a week off from making the world a better place. Just remember to work hard and stay humble™, this week and every week.

(h/t @recordsANDradio for the orphanage video)

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