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Ciara and Russell Wilson put their children to work modeling Russell's new kid's clothing line.

The children - Sienna Princess, 4, and sons Future Zahir, 7, and Win Harrison, 11 months, modeled the clothing at the launch of dad's 3Brand line at Rookie USA Flagship.

The entire family walked the runway together. Ciara carried Win since he can't walk yet.

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Ciara shared a video on Instagram set to Frank Ocean's "Slide."

The clothing consists of warmups, jogging suits and t-shirts with motivational slogans on the front. The brand is distributed by Nike.

Russell explained the inspiration behind his clothing line. "I was fortunate enough to create this logo and be part of the process behind creating 3BRAND," he told Forbes. "The number 3 means so much to me. 3BRAND represents the mind, body, and soul. I live 3 things every day of my life – sports, music, and fashion. Ciara and I have three children, and it's my football number."

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Other celebrity children who walked the runway included Charly Martin V, son of former Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Charly Martin; Brooklyn and Teagan Barber, daughters of former New York Giants running back Tiki Barber; and Kennedy Cruz, daughter of ex-NFL star Victor Cruz, according to PEOPLE.

 

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Nike and Beats by Dre reportedly suspended Deshaun Watson's endorsement deals after nearly two dozen women accused him of sexual misconduct.

The Apple-owned Beats by Dre is the second major brand to distance itself from Watson amid the damaging allegations.

"We are deeply concerned by the disturbing allegations and have suspended Deshaun Watson. We will continue to closely monitor the situation," a Beats by Dre representative said in a statement.

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The 25-year-old Houston Texans quarterback faces sex assault allegations from multiple massage therapists who say he solicited them for sex on social media.

The women say the pro athlete made unwanted sexual advances during private massage therapy sessions.

Lawsuits accuse Watson of being a sexual predator who victimized women by pretending to seek massage therapy sessions.

"Watson is in the sex trade. He needs to be stopped," according to a lawsuit from an alleged Aug. 2 incident.

Ashley Soils, the first woman to file a sexual misconduct lawsuit against Watson, said "I am survivor of assault and harassment, Deshaun Watson is my assaulter and my harasser, he assaulted me at my home doing what I love most, massage therapy."

22 women in total have filed lawsuits against him, Complex.com reported.

Watson vigorously denied the allegations. He explained that he contacted massage therapists via DMs on Instagram.com because his usual masseuse contacts were on lockdown due to the Covid.

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Lil Nas X lashed out at Nike for blocking his bag after a judge issued a restraining order banning sales of his "Satan shoes" on Monday.

The judge issued the order against sneaker design company MSCHF Product Studio after Nike filed a lawsuit blocking the sale and distribution.

The Air Max 97 sneakers sold out in less than a minute following the launch on Monday. MSCHF claimed the sneakers contain one drop of human blood in the soles.

The one-hit rapper tried to circumvent the restraining order by giving away the sneakers for free on social media.

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He took to Twitter to inform his followers that he couldn't even give away the sneakers for free.

"sorry guys i'm legally not allowed to give the 666th pair away anymore because of the crying nerds on the internet," he wrote.

"I haven't been upset until today, i feel like it's f***ed up they have so much power they can get shoes cancelled. freedom of expression gone out the window. but that's gonna change soon."

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Some of his Twitter followers were unsympathetic. One fan reminded the rapper that fans are fickle.

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Colin Kaepernick

A Nike ad campaign featuring free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick won an Emmy award for Best Commercial.

The award was handed out at the 2019 Creative Arts Emmy Awards over the weekend.

Nike picked Kaepernick to lead its 30th anniversary 'Just Do It' TV and print campaign that also featured Serena Williams and LeBron James.

Kaepernick courted controversy in 2016 when he remained seated on the bench during the national anthem. After the public backlash, he got off the bench and kneeled on the sideline.

The 30-year-old quarterback said he was protesting social injustice. But some fans noticed he waited until he was benched to become a "woke activist".

"We believe Colin is one of the most inspirational athletes of this generation, who has leveraged the power of sport to help move the world forward," Nike North America vice President Gino Fisanotti told ESPN after the initial backlash.

Kaepernick, who was 3-16 during his final season with the 49ers, filed a grievance against the league for colluding to blackball him -- despite the fact that he turned down at least 2 contract offers.

Kaepernick and the league settled the lawsuit for a reported $10 million.

Sean Diddy Combs, Cassie Ventura

Sean Diddy Combs and his life partner Cassie arrived at the Neon Carnival with a large entourage after attending the Coachella music festival. Combs carried a full bottle of dark liquor for the party. He dressed sharply in a long Burberry trench coat and Balenciaga sneakers, while Cassie dressed casually in Nike.

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Future at the Off/White Fashion Show in Paris

Music producer Metro Boomin', left, rapper Future Hendrix, center, singer Miguel, right, and actor Luka Sabbat (not pictured) were among the notables sitting in the front row at Virgil Abloh's Off-White™ Menswear Fall/Winter 2018 runway show as part of Paris Fashion Week in Paris, France on Tuesday.

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Mike Vick & Big Boi Sneaker Giveaway at Lenox Square

On Wednesday, millionaires Michael Vick, left, and Antwan "Big Boi" Patton partnered with Nike and Lenox Square Mall to host Vick's annual holiday shoe giveaway for Christmas. Vick and Big Boi blessed dozens of underprivileged children from the Big Kids foundation (Big Boi's charity).

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Spike Lee

Spike Lee, in collaboration with sportswear giant Nike, debuted a new line of anti-Trump sneakers.

The filmmaker showcased the basketball shoes in a photo on Instagram.com on Thursday. The image shows Lee holding up a pair of black Nike high top sneakers emblazoned with the words "RESIST" and "REPEL AGENT ORANGE" on the side.

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Kyrie Irving

The Cleveland Cavaliers routed the hapless Golden State Warriors to win game 3 of the NBA Finals in Cleveland on Wednesday. The Cavs will even the series at 2-2 in game 4 at home on Friday.

Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving, who went berserk on Warriors guard Steph Curry in the 1st quarter, debuted the latest colorway of the Finals Game 3 edition of his signature Nike Kyrie 2 sneakers on Wednesday.

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