NBA star Chris Bosh Instagram’d this darling photo of his son Jack relaxing on the beach on a tropical island. The 6-foot-11, 29-year-old Miami Heat center is on vacation with his wife, Adrienne, who is expecting the couple’s 2nd baby.
Adrienne Bosh, wife of Miami Heat center Chris Bosh, used her adorable children, 1-year-old Jackson (above) and Trinity, 5, to make a surprise announcement on Instagram.com last night.
The announcement came during the Miami Heat’s blow out win over the hapless Chicago Bullies at the United Center in Chicago.
Click the link to see Adrienne’s special announcement.
Adrienne Bosh, wife of NBA Miami Heat star Chris Bosh, looks like she’s suffering from an allergic reaction in her hind quarters. Maybe it was something she ate that caused her butt cheeks to swell up like that? Whatever the reason, I hope she feels better. That swelling looks painful.
Mrs. Bosh took her son Jackson to the beach in Puerto Rico, where she attended her friends Amber Ridinger and Duane McLaughlin’s wedding at the Ritz Carlton Dorado Beach.
Miami Heat team superstar LeBron James and his lovely fiancee Savannah Brinson attended Chris Bosh’s 29th birthday at a Miami Hotel Wednesday. The party was a Moraccan theme complete with 2 live camels. The birthday boy, Chris Bosh was flown in via helicopter.
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Yesterday, it was all over the blogs that rap troll Lil Wayne boasted about sleeping with Miami Heat power forward Chris Bosh’s wife Adrienne. That little rant got him banned from the NBA All-Star game in Houston, TX, and he’s probably banned from attending any NBA game in the near future.
But what sparked the rant in the first place?
Monica Brown celebrated her husband Shannon’s birthday yesterday with a late night dip in the pool. Shannon, who plays for the Phoenix Suns NBA team, turned 27.
R&B singer Mary J. Blige struggled to stay awake during the Los Angeles Lakers vs Brooklyn Nets game in the Staples Center in LA Tuesday. The 41-year-old “My Life” singer was spotted yawning and nodding off while sitting at court side. The Lakers defeated the Brooklyn Nets by the final score of 95-90 in their first game under a new head coach. Mike D’Antoni was hired to replace departing coach Mike Brown who was unceremoniously fired after the Lakers started the 2012-13 season with a dismal 1-4 record.
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