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Mary J. Blige Told Kyrie Irving To ‘Step It Up’ During Nets Game, Internet Reacts

Mary J. Blige Told Kyrie Irving To ‘Step It Up’ During Nets Game, Internet Reacts

Mary J. Blige or Monet Tejada?

The Internet had a field day after a video went viral of the queen of hip hop and R&B soul. Mary J. Blige was spotted sitting courtside at the Brooklyn Nets and Boston Celtics basketball game at the Barclays in Brooklyn. 

The clip that’s getting a lot of attention is when Mary told BK Nets player Kyrie Irving to “step it up.” Take a look at a repost from a Twitter user. In the caption, they wrote, “Mary J yelling at Kyrie to step it up court side like she talking to Cane on [Power].” 

Mary is an actress on Power Book II: Ghost (Monet) and plays a stern, no-nonsense mother who also holds down a drug empire while her husband is in prison. Monet is a savvy street smart queen pen who is training her three children (Cane, Diana, and Dru), like soldiers, to learn the drug game. 

Check out more reactions to Mary at the BK Nets game:

In other exciting news, there will be an auction for a “one-of-a-kind piece of Super Bowl memorabilia,” Yahoo reports. Heritage Auctions announced the upcoming sale of a 2022 Super Bowl LVI leather Wilson football signed by some halftime performers, Dr. Dre, Eminem, Mary, Kendrick Lamar, and Anderon Paak. According to the outlet, the sale runs from May 12-14, and the current bid is at $2,600. 

The 2022 Super Bowl halftime show, produced by Dr. Dre, made history as the first-ever all hip hop lineup. 50 Cent ended up being a surprise guest. Take a look back at when Ebro in the AM spoke on the entire show. 

Mary J. Blige Goes Viral Courtside in Fierce Denim Boots & Commands Kyrie Irving to ‘Step It Up’ at Nets-Celtics Game

 

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Atlanta Braves 2021 World Series Ring Revealed, Has 755 Total Diamonds [Video]

Atlanta Braves 2021 World Series Ring Revealed

755 Total Diamonds

The Atlanta Braves World Series rings have been revealed after the team won the 2021 championship game.

The Braves opened up their 2022 season Thursday but had to wait until before Saturday’s game against the Cincinnati Reds to reveal their 2021 World Series rings, the Bleacher Report reported.

The rings each feature 18.71-karat white gold on the “A” to represent the franchise’s start in 1871, and the “A” also has 150 diamonds to represent the club’s 150th anniversary.

The ring by itself has 755 total diamonds, 44 emerald-cut diamonds, and working lights on the inside.

And that’s not the only feature. It also has 11 rubies to symbolize the landing spots of the 11 home runs the team hit in the World Series.

The Braves beat the Houston Astros in six games during last year’s World Series to capture their first title since 1995.

Ring one-upping has become a tradition among MLB teams, and it was the Atlanta Braves’ turn this year.

The defending champions unveiled their 2021 championship ring on Saturday, with the usual suite of tortured math and unique touches from their improbable playoff run. Players received their rings in a ceremony before a game against the Cincinnati Reds.

Special numbers included 18.71-karat white gold in honor of the Braves’ founding in 1871 (as the Boston Red Stockings), 150 diamonds on the “A” to denote the team’s 150th anniversary last year, 755 total diamonds as a Hank Aaron tribute, 44 emerald-cut diamonds on the side as another Hank Aaron tribute and a pearl on the side in honor of Joc Pederson’s unusual pearl necklace fashion choice.

The real show is inside the ring, however, as it opens up to reveal a replica of Truist Park with working mini-stadium LED lights, said to be a first in championship ring history.

The Braves revealed even more interesting details in a subsequent breakdown. The ring also features 11 rubies representing where the team’s 11 World Series home runs were hit and 2021’s trade deadline inscribed on the inside, along with the player’s signature and series results.



If there was a team in MLB history that was going to put the trade deadline on its championship ring, it is the 2021 Braves.

All in all, the ring is gigantic, shiny and more than a little ridiculous. As all World Series rings should be. In a rare move, the ring is also available to the general public as an “add-on” to a $25,000 “World Champions Burger” at Triust Park. A replica ring (and burger) is also available for $151.

Best of luck to anyone who have to replace those lights in the future, though. Those probably aren’t available at Home Depot.

ATLANTA, GA - NOVEMBER 05: Cristian Pache of the Braves hold up the Commissioners trophy during the World Series Championship Parade and Celebration at The Battery and Truist Park on November 5, 2021 in Atlanta, Georgia.   (Photo by David J. Griffin/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)
The Braves’ World Series ring is as wild as their 2021 championship season.

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Russia Extends Detention Of WNBA Player Brittney Griner To May

Russia Extends Detention Of WNBA Player Brittney Griner To May

 

 

Things aren’t looking great for Brittney Griner. According to ESPN, the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) player will remain in Russia for at least another two months. Reports by Russia’s state news agency TASS say Brittney will remain detained until May 19.

“The court granted the request of the investigation and extended the period of detention of the U.S. citizen Griner until May 19,” a Moscow court ruled, per TASS.

Brittney was reportedly arrested on February 17 after Russian authorities found vape cartridges in her luggage. The cartridges allegedly contained a cannabis-derived oil called hashish. Per ESPN, the maximum penalty for her offense is ten years in prison. 

The athlete has reportedly played professional basketball in Russia since 2015. For seven years, Brittney has touched courts in Russia during the WNBA’s off-season. As you may already know, playing overseas during off-season is not uncommon for American athletes. Professional athletes who double-dip use the off-season opportunity to not only stay in shape, but also earn more coins. Brittney has reportedly earned more than $1 million per season, while playing in Russia.

ESPN reports that Brittney was also one of a dozen WNBA players who played in Russia or Ukraine this past winter season. However, they’ve all left the region since Russia invaded the Ukraine days after Brittney’s arrest. She was detained while arriving in Russia from New York following a two-week league break in early February.

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