Amidst all of the paternity drama, former NBA legend Michael Jordan, and his fiancee, Yvette Prieto, walked into the Palm Beach County Courthouse on March 7 wearing a purple polo shirt and khaki shorts and filed for a marriage license. “His Airness” and Prieto filled out all the necessary paperwork, and their marriage license is valid from March 10 through May 9. Sources say the lovebirds have set a wedding date for Saturday, April 27.
Speaking of getting married, LeBron James and Savannah Brinson have sent out save-the-date cards for their wedding, which will take place Sept. 13 through Sept. 15 in San Diego. The cute cards had an adorable caricature of LeBron, Savannah and their two sons on it dressed in wedding ensembles. Congratulations to the happy couple!
Bria Williams and Reginae Carter will make their literary debut with the release of “Paparazzi Princesses” on June 4. The 14-year-old daughters of Cash Money Records co-founder Bryan “Birdman” Williams, aka “Baby,” and Grammy Award-winning rap superstar Dwayne “Lil Wayne” Carter, respectively, teamed up to pen the fictitious narrative of the adventures of two teen girls. The book is available through Cash Money Content Books, the publishing arm of premier record label Cash Money Records.
On Saturday, March 9, recording artist Cee Lo Green paid a visit to the Mob Museum, the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, in downtown Las Vegas. Green is headlining the new “Loberace” show at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in Las Vegas.
Allstate, the Tom Joyner Foundation and alumni, students and supporters of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUS) across the country raised more than $141,000 in scholarship funds as part of the 2012 Allstate for Education program. Lincoln University won the first-ever Quotes for Education competition and will receive an additional $50,000 donation from Allstate for scholarships at their school. For every person who received an insurance quote from an Allstate agent and mentioned Quotes for Education between Aug. 1 and Dec. 31, 2012, Allstate donated $10. These funds have been earmarked to provide scholarships for students attending HBCUs.