According to reports, Deuce demanded high-profile brands like Diddy’s Ciroc for his New Orleans club event.
2 Chainz demands 4 bottles of Ace of Spades, 3 bottles of Dom Perignon and 3 bottles of Ciroc, different flavors. BTW, his Dom MUST have the glow-in-the-dark label. Big boy toys. AI is less picky — he wants 3 bottles of vodka, and only says nothing cheap … “has to be top-shelf.” He does, however, specify 6 bottles of Moet Rosé champagne, 3 bottles of Hennessy and Patron, 12 Coronas and a 12-pack of Fiji water. Oh yeah, 10 hand towels too. (TMZ)
This weekend, Deuce rubbed elbows with NBA elite like LeBron James.
Earlier this month, NBA fanatic 50 Cent reminded the world of James’ greatness.
Recently, music mogul Jay Z acknowledged James’ unreal on-court and off-court talent.
“Titles in Miami, then he returned to his hometown to lead his Cleveland Cavaliers to their first championship in franchise history. That was superhuman though. But aside from the fierce competitor and dominating basketball player that is LeBron James, who is LeBron James? The individual. Philanthropist. The man LeBron James is even better than the basketball player is hard to believe. I’ve witnessed his work with Boys & Girls clubs, building basketball courts in less fortunate areas like where we grew up in like Brooklyn here, reaching back and giving out opportunities – he’s a dedicated family man who married his childhood sweetheart, Savannah, has three lovely children, the son who honors and worships his mother Gloria, the friend who put his ‘posse’ in position, I know. We know where we come from, we do understand where we come from and the only difference between us and someone who has their MBA – is opportunity. … You messed around and got a triple-double in real life. I wrote that joke myself. He is a true friend, my friend, I can’t think of anyone more deserving of this award, ladies and gentlemen, please rise, the Sportsperson of the Year, King James.”
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