Blast From the Past: “Kid Dynomite”

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Blast From the Past, News

Posted by Bossip Staff


Jimmie Walker, known to all of us as JJ Evans was spotted on the street by a photographer. Damn, where was JJ going with that big ass bag…hopefully he’s been getting some decent work these days.


  • Octavia

    Gat damn!

  • JaliliMaster

    I don’t even know who the hell this is!

  • Nicefellow31

    JJ was a guest on the David Letterman show. Take a look at the sign in front of the stans. BTW there was a small electrical fire at that theatre on that very day that got some media attention. That is why I know what JJ was up to.

  • div

    hmm…garment bag, perhaps? come on, now.

  • Mr. First


  • Sdot

    He’s duffle bag boy!

  • lacyd




    Chello, JJ Evans HERE!!!!!THE GHETTO CASSANOVA!!

    Almost boo. Its Chello The Cassanova of the Ghetto Speaking. LOL Classic. I still love me some Good Times

  • ko

    Its his suit or something. Relax people

  • Octavia

    Now that I’m over my initial “ugh” response… I can say it is pretty sad when your TV dad is aging better than you are.

  • Bird

    Little Known Fact:

    Although JJ played a teenager on Good Times and John Amos played his father, Jimmy Walker is practically the same age as John. Wendy asked him how old her was and it turned out that JJ is now in his late 60s while Michael is still in his 40s.

  • UGH!!!

    Damn that dude is ugly!! Look like his face caught on fire.

  • shoeluva


  • Roni

    Even though he is still not the most attractive guy in the world, he looks better than he used too. He’s got Flav beat I think.

    Financially, he’s doing okay because he’s doing comedy productions if I’m not mistaken.

  • 1TruDiva w/The PlatinumVocals

    “Keepin’ your head above water, making a way when you can, temprorary lay-off (Good Times)”……..

    What was the next line? I could never get it. Used to put my ear r-e-a-l close to the T.V and “ish” to see if I could hear it! Lol!!!!!!!

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