Dwight Howard attends Bo Talley’s 4th Annual Balling for Lupus

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This past weekend Social Media sensation and Basketball wife Bo Talley hosted her 4th Annual Balling for Lupus charity basketball game In Atlanta. Along with her husband Fred Williams, who has been coaching WNBA Teams for over 20 years, welcomed out friends, family, celebs, and supporters to once again do their part in raising awareness for Lupus (a chronic inflammatory disease that occurs when your body’s immune system attacks your own tissues and organs.). Started in honor of her Aunt who suffered from Lupus, Bo and Fred have raised awareness in a fun way while continuing to get the message out. This year, Guests and Players were surprised when NBA great, Dwight Howard stopped by to show his support AND offer some advice tot he players. This year, The White Team Coaches were  Debra Antney ( BE 100 Radio, Growing Up Hip Hip, LHHATL), Tiffany  Hayes, Genise Shelton( Married to Medicine), Purple Team Captains were Cheryl Ford and Christina Johnson. This year’s players included Taj Franklin McWilliams (Asst Coach WNBA Dallas Wings & Former WNBA player) , Rae Robinson (Creator-Hip hop for Cancer), Ms.Basketball aka Christina Granville (Actress, Model,Semi-Proo Hooper), Venessa Delarosa (Professional Model and Face of Full Figured Fashion Week NY), Tree Cunningham (Ms. Ga Peach), T’Marie ( It’s T’Marie Radio Show),Lady Comfort (Former WNBA Player), Mandisa Stevenson (Former WNBA Player) Chanel Scott (Creator of CheMinistry), Honey Money (Miami’s Top Female promoter), Lena Hardy (Miss Douglas County), & Reigndrop Lopes (Actress &Sister to Lisa Lefteye Lopes). The Event was Hosted by DJ-Waffles ( BE 100 Radio), music provided by DJ Fadelf, a halftime performance by Micah Blue and National Anthem sung by Glamour ( the group of Kandi Burruss). Congrats Balling for Lupus on another amazing event that raises awareness.

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