Posts Categorized: Philanthropy

Nike’s New Ad Voiced By LeBron James [WATCH]

Nike has produced a new commercial voiced by LeBron James. The commercial features athletes overcoming adversity. It highlights LeBron overcoming the Cavs 3-1 deficit to win the NBA championship. Also highlights Serena Williams, Tiger Woods, Paul George’s recovery and more. The commercial ends with, no matter how far down we may be we are never too… Read more »

Tamia & Eric Benet Reunite On Instagram

Our favorite singers are staying tuned-up during the Coronavirus Pandemic by treating fans to one-of-a-kind digital entertainment. Tamia and Eric Benet paired up on Friday night to take us down memory lane. The pair sang their 1999 hit, Spend My Life. Tamia posted the video with the caption, its been awhile since my friend and I got… Read more »

Charlamagne tha God Responds To Biden ‘You Ain’t Black’ Backlash

Charlamagne interviewed presidential hopeful and former vice president, Joe Biden on Friday. It was remarks made at the end of their interview that sparked controversy. Charlamagne said, it’s a long way until November. We’ve got more questions. Biden responded, you’ve got more questions? Well I tell you what, if you have a problem figuring out whether you’re… Read more »

Hertz Files For Bankruptcy

Rental car giant Hertz is the latest big name to file for bankruptcy during the coronavirus pandemic. Just like airlines, the rental car business has taken a major hit during the pandemic.  Hertz already laid off or furloughed more than 16,000 employees last month. Other major businesses to file for bankruptcy during the pandemic include… Read more »

NFL is Preparing for a Normal Season and Packed Stadiums

Well, we all know that the COVID-19 pretty much stopped live as we know it in more ways than one. One early sign that things were changing drastically was when major sports began canceling their seasons. About three months later, officials with the National Football League say they’re preparing for a regular  2020 season …… Read more »