Young Jeezy & The Street Dream Foundation teamed up and gave the youth of the community a Merry Christmas. They gave away Playstation 3’s, Xboxes, Ipods, clothes, and more. Exclusively on rolling out TV!
Chris Henry’s fiance, Loleini Tonga, wept as she spoke about the Cincinnati Bengals receiver at his funeral Tuesday, and she said while she may have helped steer him out of trouble, he changed her life.
Henry, 26, was killed after he fell out of a pickup truck bed being driven by his fiancé Loleini Tonga during what police described as a domestic dispute. Police are investigating, but no charges have been filed.
“Can’t nobody feel what I’m feeling right now. … We loved each other very much. People say I helped change his life. No. He changed mine,” said Tonga, wearing sunglasses and pausing between sentences. “We were supposed to get married in three months, but I’m going to wait until I see him again.”
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco, second from left, is comforted while viewing teammate Chris Henry.
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First Lady Michelle Obama, along with daughters Malia and Sasha, delivered some Christmas cheer to the Children’s National Medical Center Tuesday. But Bo, the family dog, stole the show.
A heated debate began after a pastor in England, Father Tim Jones, endorsed shoplifting for the less fortunate during a sermon. Elizabeth Palmer reports on how retailers, shoppers and clergy reacted.
Meet Jacqueline Starks, wife of former NBA star John Starks. John has been married to his wife, Jackie, for 21 years and describes her as “very spiritual.” The couple married in 1988. They have three children: John Jr., Chelsea, and Tiara. The family worships at New Life Christian Fellowship in Norwalk, Connecticut.
Jons Starks played 14 years in the NBA from 1988 to 2002. He played for NBA teams: Golden State Warriors (1988–1989; 1999–2000), New York Knicks (1990–1998), Chicago Bulls (2000), Utah Jazz (2000–2002).
John Starks is most known for his famous dunk on Michael Jordan during the 1993 NBA playoffs against the Chicago Bulls. Peep the video below!