If we had more people like Ernie Johnson in the world — regardless of color — this would definitely be a much better place. During TNT’s Inside the NBA tonight Shaq, Kenny, and Charles offered some thought-provoking insight on Donald Trump’s upset over Hillary Clinton in the presidential election, but it was Ernie Johnson that
LeBron James has pledged his support to Hillary Clinton, but he wants her and the parties supporters to know that the black vote does indeed matter. The King wants black voters in Ohio to remember that as well, seemingly pleading with the people to get out and vote. “A lot of times black people don’t
Make a plan to vote! #IMWITHHER https://t.co/lpQIRgIipR pic.twitter.com/ZwRI8vw3dX — Chris Paul (@CP3) November 5, 2016 Chris Paul endorsed Hillary Clinton for president in a video released Saturday aimed at younger voters. The Los Angeles Clippers point guard joined close friends James in his stout support for Clinton.
LeBron James has never been to one to loudly proclaim his presidential allegiance, so it might comes as a shock, that amid a blistering NFL Sunday, Business Insider is reporting that the Cavs star is endorsing Hillary Clinton for President. I’m so proud of the more than 1,100 students in my Wheels for Education and
You want to talk about ballin on a $33 million budget! Recently all the presidential candidates filed their latest fundraising reports, and lost amid all the back and forth is this little tidbit about Hillary Clinton. Likely trying to continue her buzz with a certain demographic, Clinton stopped by Jay Z’s 40/40 Club and dropped
Clifford Harris should have really thought this one through before answering. During a sit-down with DJ Whoo Kid, T.I. divulged his thoughts on Hillary Clinton as the potential 45th commander-in-chief, stating that he could not see himself voting for a woman president. “Not to be sexist but, I can’t vote for the leader of the