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NBC is supposedly looking towards having Brees eventually serve as the replacement for longtime commentator Chris Collinsworth on Sunday Night Football.
The money will go to Mayor's Fund for Los Angeles and will provide "10 weeks of support for victims of domestic abuse including shelter, meals and counseling for individuals and their children."
As Young Thug himself explained during the interview, many festivals, tours, and concerts have been either postponed until summer or canceled outright.
Fortunately, many celebrities are continuing to come forward with sizable donations to the various organizations out there doing important work during the coronavirus lockdown.
With more and more donations and pledges happening all the time as the problem gets worse, it's hard to keep track of them all, but here's a rundown of some of the biggest donations to date.
Joe Exotic has filed suit against both the US Department of Interior and the US Federal Wildlife Service for categorizing the "generic tiger" as an endangered species.
Daniel Craig's kids don't get to look forward to inheriting much of his massive fortune, if any, because Craig has a personal philosophy that describes inherited wealth as "distasteful."
Rihanna and her Clara Lionel Foundation are pledging $5 million to various different aspects of this pressing cause, from work to find a cure to arguably just as important entities like food banks.
That includes a Miami condo worth nearly $1.5 million, a collection of watches and jewelry valued at almost $460,000, and several bank accounts in his name with the biggest one containing over a million dollars.
Tekashi 6ix9ine is now facing a lawsuit from an anonymous person who's alleging she was an unwitting participant caught in the crossfire of a shooting he ordered, and who wants $150 million in damages.
The efforts of these players earned recognition from former president Barack Obama, who took to his official Twitter account to celebrate them.
That advice, as Wade shared it, had to do with his well-known penchant for collecting automobiles: he says he was advised by his financial advisor "[t]o get rid of about 16 cars."
Brady himself announced the launch of the company via his official Instagram account, explaining the significance of the number 199 in its name.
Taylor Swift's home state of Tennessee is getting a significant hand back from the pop queen to help out with two recent tornadoes that have ravaged the area.