"King of Bling" 2006: Dwyane Wade
What's crackin', Players and Playettes?
It's time to do what we do like nobody else on the Net...puttin' you on glaze, blades and paint color shades.
Last month, we Miami
"Heat-ed" up the asphalt with Shaq'sSuzuki GSX 1300R “Hayabusa”. This month is all about "The King Of Bling: 2006" and reigning NBA Finals MVP Dwyane Wade.
Before all of you salty-ass Dallas Mavericks and L.A. Lakersfans get all indignant with the ol' RED and BLACK and flaming basketball favoritism sh*t...let's keep it real...
I'm a Philadelphia 76ers fan...STRAIGHT UP... fo' life!! (We'll get you in here, A.I.)
But game ALWAYS recognizes game...Haterade is NEVER in our cup.
Once again, Shaquille O'Neal emceed the 3rd Annual GM All-Car Showdown in Los Angeles to crown his teammate Dwyane Wade with the title of "King of Bling" for his 2006 "white hot" HUMMER H2 SUT.
Fo' shizzle... It's Snoop's '66 Caddy De-vizzle!
Twelve celebrity "blingers" energetically exposed their GM cars for a shot to win the coveted title.
Ludacris won "Best Exterior" for his 1954 multicolor green Chevrolet Bel Air while Snoop Dogg won "Best Interior" for his1966 white Cadillac Deville which included three chandeliers formaximum pimpish effect.
Cedric the Entertainer won "Best Old School Car" for his 1952 midnight blue candy Buick B52.
Judges taking part in the event included James Brown (Fox Sports), Nick Cannon (Actor), Serena Williams (Tennis Star) andSusan Docherty (Western Region General Manager for General Motors).
A $2,500 donation was made in each participant's name to the charity of their choice and this year's "King of Bling," D-Wadereceived a $10,000 donation to the Dwyane Wade Foundation,which provides assistance to various youth, educational, health and family service programs that help to impower the impoverished and those who are in need.
D-Wade's Hummer H2 HUT is a slam dunk!
The GM All-Car Showdown has become the pinnacle event where car culture and style merge with today's most recognizable names in entertainment, music and sports," says Susan Docherty.
Other celebrity guests including Tom Brady, Reggie Miller, Tony Gonzalez, Jeremy Piven, Adrien Brody, Noah Wyle, Jesse Metcalf, Milla Jovovich, A.J. Discala, Geoff Stults, Oksana Baiul, Simon Rex, Vernon Davis, La La Vasquez, Josh Charles, Tony Kana, Ian Ziering, Coolio and Luke Perry among others were treated to a special performance by multi-platinum recording artist, Common.
More than 200 children from the Challenger's Boys & Girls Club of Los Angeles were the guests of honor actively pumping up their favorite stars' ego as they presented their custom whips down the car strip.
So, what they hittin' fo'?
Stupid question, player...very stupid.
Ced, Snoop and D-Wade are blingin' baby!
D-Wade is SO bling...
His championship ring may need a few more carats, babygirl!!