ABOVE PHOTO: Charlotte Bobcats owner Michael Jordan dances with his bride Yvette Prieto during their wedding reception at the Bear’s Club in Jupiter, Fla.
The wedding took place at the Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea with more than 300 guests in attendance, including Tiger Woods, Patrick Ewing and
Ahmad Rashad, Jordan’s manager Estee Portnoy told The Associated Press Sunday.
(AP Photo/JUMP.DC, Joe Buissink)
By Florence Anthony
According to Media Bistro, the anticipation that a male in a major team sport would announce he was gay and had been building for weeks, along with the
frenzy among sportswriters trying to break the story. However, no one knew the identity of the athlete. Three weeks ago, Am Tellem, agent to Jason Collins, called a Sports Illustrated writer, Franz Lidz, and offered him an exclusive story about a major athlete who was
about to publicly announce that he was gay. Tellem dud not give Lidz the name of the athlete. He just told him that the athlete would be meeting Lidz and
an editor at an address in Los Angeles on Wednesday, April 24. The rest is history!
Bronner Brothers CEO haircare mogul Bernard Bronner and actor Brian Hooks, the King of DVD, have joined forces to
formulate a new film venture, Make It Rain Films LLC. Together, these two dynamic gentlemen are producing Laughing To The Bank, which will be the
debut film for their company. A comedy about money, Laughing To The Bank, is written, directed, produced by, and starring Hooks. The film will
debut at the American Black Film Festival (ABFF) on June 19 on South Beach in Miami.
is in talks to star as Benjamin Stacks in an adaptation of the classic musical “Annie.” The Oscar winning actor would be starring opposite Quvenzhane Wallis, is the Will Smith and Jay-Z produced flick.
Soft Sheen-Carson Magic Shave, the undisputed leader in African-Americans men’s grooming and shaving, announced its’ partnership with “House of Payne”
actorLance Gross to unveil their new digital campaign Work Ur Magic! Lance will serve as brand ambassador for their iconic men’s shaving
brand, Magic Shave. Lance was selected to star and kick-off the Magic Shave online game Work Ur Magic, an online game where the actor will work his magic
to help one lucky guy win an all-expense paid trip for four to Las Vegas for him and his buddies. The campaign will run until June 5, 2013, via a microsite
Michael Jordan and Yvette Prieto
exchanged vows on April 27 at Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea in Palm Beach, Florida, in front of 500 guests. The well-wishers at the Bear’s Club
included Tiger Woods, Patrick Ewing, Spike Lee, Ahmad Rashad, Ron Harper, Toni Kukoc and Scottie Pippen and his wife Larsuela. The wedding
reportedly cost $10 million dollars.