According to Life & Style, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes’ wife, Brittany Mahomes, gave birth to their second child on Nov. 28. Brittany posted a photo of their newborn son on Instagram wearing a onesie laying on a blanket embroidered with “Mahomes.” She captioned the precious picture with “Patrick ‘Bronze’ Lavon Mahomes III 11/28/22 7 lbs. 8 oz.” Patrick and Brittany are also parents of 15 month-old daughter, Sterling. The couple were high school sweethearts who have been together ever since the NFL star was a freshman.
Al B. Sure!, crooner, songwriter, producer, radio host and social justice activist, recorded the new radio ad for “Loudmouth,” the highly anticipated documentary on the life of the Rev. Al Sharpton, which is due to hit theaters Dec. 9. This is Sure!’s return to announcing national campaigns following his major medical event this past summer. Over a period of several months, the entertainer received a new organ, was intubated, placed on a ventilator and at one point, was considered for hospice care. Prior to performing a tracheotomy on Sure!, doctors were advised to be mindful of his vocal chords and the placement of his trachea because he wanted to continue his career in vocal entertainment. His new 60-second spot for “Loudmouth” started running in New York City over Thanksgiving weekend and will begin premiering in Los Angeles, Richmond, Va. and Atlanta over the coming week.
After winning three Soul Train Awards on Nov. 26, wearing a micro-mini pleated skirt, Beyonce joined her husband Jay-Z as they enjoyed a date night in Santa Monica, Calif., on Nov. 27, reports the Daily Mail. The superstar songstress and her billionaire rap mogul hubby looked very happy as they exited Giorgio Baldi Italian restaurant following a romantic dinner in one of the restaurant’s private rooms. The power couple officially top the music industry with a tied total of 88 Grammy nominations.
In celebration of Small Business Saturday, Bed-Stuy Gateway BID hosted its annual ribbon-cutting ceremony launching their Winter Wonderland Holiday Marketplace. Joining were U.S. Congressman Hakeem Jeffries, NY State Assembly member Stefani Zinerman, NYC Councilman Chi Ossé, BID Chair Joyce Turner, BID Vice Chair Marcia Melendez and Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce CEO Randy Peers. “We are truly excited to join Neighborhoods Now and its team of experts in bringing to the Bedford-Stuyvesant community an evergreen tradition that will last a lifetime,” said Dale Charles, executive director, Bed-Stuy Gateway BID. “This couldn’t be possible without the guidance and generous support of Wells Fargo.” Presented by Wells Fargo, the shop-small initiative provides local merchants an opportunity to increase foot-traffic, while offering crafters, creatives and small business owners a viable platform to showcase and sell their goods and services.