From racketeering to drug trafficking and loan sharking, Bumpy Johnson became a legend in the crime world for his suave demeanor, impeccable style and strategic mind.
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The 47-year-old star was honored for his “outstanding achievements and enduring contributions” across entertainment and hip-hop culture.
The project was led through the Orlando Magic center’s philanthropic imprint, the Mo Bamba Foundation. Construction for the state-of-the-art basketball courts started in April. The sports facility will serve over 200 children daily.
A Questlove Jawn, the documentary dazzles viewers in the nearly two-hour exploration into the overlooked festival in the summer of 1969.
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