This week was definitely one for the books. From record-breaking heat to record-breaking athletes, welcome to ‘What’s Going on D.C’.
First up, DC’s own Lethal Shooter is heading to Tokyo to take on the viral robot in a 3-point shootout. Can you guess how much they’re giving the winner? Well, it’s a million dollars. Lethal Shooter has been known for his perfect three-point shot, so the area is a bit excited for this one. While on the subject of long-range baskets, take a look at the epic shot of DC’s son Jimmie Jenkins. Watch it now on BridgeTV.
Congratulations to the DMV’s own Dion Deezy of Sirius XM. He was just named one of Billboards R&B/Hip Hop Power Players alongside folks like Sway Calloway.
So, word on the street is cholesterol drugs may cut the coronavirus infection by 70%. If anybody wants to try out this theory, let us know the outcome!
While on the subject of Covid, DC’s new mandate for DC Government employees is demanding all employees and contractors be vaccinated by September 19th. That date is approaching fast. Is it giving vaccination or unemployment?
DC’s own Actress Regina Hall graces the cover of Health Magazine. She’s defying all the odds against the stigma of being 50, and we love all of it.
DMV’s own Rico Nasty releases her very own Koko Nuggz. If you’re not familiar, Koko Nuggs are chocolates that look like buds of cannabis. Rico will also be one of the featured performers on the 95 Live Festival this weekend presented by Don’t Mute DC.
The Washington Football team officially bans fans from wearing Native American garments and face paint. This is in conjunction with the new demands to change the team name.
Imagine minding your business and a goat just walks past you. We don’t mean a literal goat, but someone who is extremely famous and extremely legendary. Well, the residents of Ocean City, MD got a treat when “Mr. Space Jam” aka Michael Jordan took a casual stroll with the people. Check out the clip now on BridgeTV.
Can you believe it’s been 11 years since Wales ‘More About Nothing’ mixtape? What were some of your favorite tracks? A few of mine were “The Soup”, “The Number Won”, “The Power”, “The Breeze”, man the whole damn mixtape basically. Check-in with us let us know your favorites.
Well, there you have it, Ladies & Gentlemen. This sums up What’s Going On D.C. Follow me @TheMediaPrince on everything and follow the hashtag #WGODC.