July 17, 2015 Yakiri’s OMG Moment goes to Lebron James beating the race horse American Pharoah for the ESPY’s Best Championship Performance—whoever would have thought?? But wait he didn’t win this year’s 2015 NBA TITLE! (No Shade Thrown!)
— Cleveland (@SunTimesCLE) July 18, 2015
OMG–MLB Toronto Blue Jays Daniel Norris opts for a simplier life. Like some of his peers who signed $2 million signing bonus. Norris owns one pair of jeans, and he spends his off season surfing in Nicaragua. Norris loves being part photographer, part writer, and part surfer.
He spent $10,000 on a 1978 VW Camper that he named “Shaggy.” Last spring the story broke that he was living in his van by chioce. Norris said home means, “driving off to find a private spot on a beach where he can park Shaggy and read or write his thoughts in his journal while listening to the sound of the ocean. He lives his life by his family’s values , “always be the same person, no matter where he is in life.”
On July 30, 1976 Bruce Jenner won the Olympic decathlon and gold medal with the title, “World’s Greatest Athlete.” Today his transformation is truly shocking however I can respect the bravery that Bruce Jenner displayed when confessing to the world about his transformation.
July 18, 2015 –Yakiri’s SMH-MOMENT –Racing Horse American Pharoah, who was up for the ESPY’s”Best Championship Performance” Although he didn’t win(for a brief second I had a MR. ED Minute).
I could only imagine how he would deliver his acceptance speech. But most importantly what would he had worn?
— Ryan Stanzel (@rstanzel) July 18, 2015
ESPN reports: The Los Angeles County district attorney’s office has declined to file felony charges against Sean “Diddy” Combs for a confrontation last month at the University of California, Los Angeles, where his son plays football. Combs was arrested June 22 at UCLA’s athletic facilities for an alleged assault in which police say he wielded a piece of weight-room equipment. The hip-hop mogul says he was defending himself and his son. “The various accounts of the event and charges that are being reported are wholly inaccurate,” a representatives for Combs Enterprises company, said in a June 24 statement. “What we can say now is that any actions taken by Mr. Combs were solely defensive in nature to protect himself and his son.”