Michael Jordan is the latest celebrity of many to finally speak up and use their platform to address the issues that are currently plaguing our society: the unjustified shootings of African Americans and the killings of police officers.
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When the “Fantastic Four” reboot cast was revealed last month, FF fans were livid that an African-American will be playing “The Human Torch”. The actor cast in the controversial role Michael B. Jordan offers his take on the situation.
Michael Jordan’s little girl is all grown up, and she has a girlfriend. READ MORE
Director Spike Lee presented the special Jordan Spiz’ike Presidential Pack to the leader of the free world, Barack Obama. According toÂ TheShoeGame, a pair of Jordan Spiz’ike “Bordeaux” packaged in a rich mahogany case engraved with the presidential seal was presented to the president. No wonder he had a big smile on his face at that time.
The source said Â the sneakers will be available for general public next month, of course, without the presidential wooden case with the seal of the president of the United States!
In other newsÂ Spike Lee just premiered the fifth film in his “continuing chronicles of Brooklyn, N.Y.,” at the Sundance Film Festival, but the filmmaker is frustrated at the lack of diversity in the entertainment industry. Here’s his speech…
Will you be buying a pair of these shoes when they hit the market? Here’s some more flicks…
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NBA legend Michael Jordan is officially the majority owner of the Charlotte Bobcats. The league’s board of governors unanimously approved the sale of a controlling interest in the team to Jordan and MJ Basketball Holdings LLC. The group reached an agreement to purchase a majority interest of the club from owner Bob Johnson in late February. However, the deal still needed official approval from the league. Johnson, the founder of Black Entertainment Television, became the first black American to be the principal owner of a North American major-league sports franchise when Charlotte began play in 2004. Jordan, a five-time league MVP, joined the Bobcats in 2006 as the team’s managing member of basketball operations, the same position he held with the Washington Wizards earlier in the decade.