Sperm Needed in Israel to Grow Population, Former USC B-Ball Star Wants to Help

David Blu
David Blu

*Well pardon my french but damn, this is an interesting problem for a country to have.

In the true sense of the word, Help! Israel is in trouble due to a major sperm donor shortage.

This is serious folks, because it’s affecting the birthrate.

But one major Israeli athlete tells TMZ Sports he’s willing to rise to the occasion to help his country.

No pun intended.

David Blu (formally Bluthenthal) used to play basketball at USC. He now plays professionally in Tel Aviv — and he says the shortage has become a serious issue in Israel.

“The birth rate being low is a concern,” Blu says … “I know the need for population.”

According to the Daily Beast, 15 sperm banks are on the brink of closing if donors don’t step up soon.

Blu, who also plays for the Israeli national team, is not going to stand by and let that happen.

“I would definitely donate sperm for the Israeli people. I love this country. It’s important to keep the country thriving.”

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