I recently took a quick trip to Salt Lake City, Utah and shot the latest episode of On The Flipside at Sandbar!! Check it out…there’s an interview with the one and only LBJ about his new movie “More Than a Game” as well as all the highlights from Jason Taylor’s “Cool Gear for the School year” charity event at Old Navy, also seen on the scene were his teammates Greg Camarillo, Joey Porter and Akin Ayodele, as well as the Dolphins Cheerleaders, Miami HEAT Udonis Haslem, James Jones and alum Alonzo Mourning ..even rappers Rick Ross and Trina took time out to take part in the festivities! This episode also features Miss Florida USA 2010 Megan Clementi who is also a former Orlando Magic Dunking Dancer and retired NFL kicker Morten Andersen with the Garia Golf Car!
I attended “Cool Gear for the School Year” hosted by the Jason Taylor Foundation at Old Navy today! It’s such a great event giving 60 deserving children from South Florida a $300 shopping spree….AND they get to shop with athletes and celebs! So many of the Miami Dolphins current players came out to support the cause and a few alum were also in attendance. I even got in the spirit with DJ Laz from Power 96 calling me out to do the “stanky leg” …we’ll see if that makes the video highlights coming soon On The Flipside!
Rick Ross arrived to screams from excited shoppers.
The BADDEST… Trina also stopped in …she was all into it…carrying jeans and offering style tips to her student! I think that young lady really lucked out!
Ronnie Brown of the Miami Dolphins made an appearance…
Greg Camarillo was also spotted shopping in the aisles…
And, Miami HEAT player James Jones was lent a helping hand too. Udonis Haslem and Alonzo Mourning were also in the building!
When you think of Miami music, you think Luke, booty music, Trick Daddy, Trina and now there’s Rick Ross, Plies, Pitbull, etc… Well, Slip N Slide Records is respoonsible for so much of that hip hop music and they’re celebrating 15th years in the biz! The rooftop party at Hotel Victor in South Beach had a big turnout, and I had a great time…worked a little, then had to help ’em celebrate! BTW…Keith Sweat performed and it took me way back…think San Jose, Hot 97.7 in the late 80’s…lol I was just a youngin back then! *sigh*