Love And Basketball: When NBA Ballers And Musicians Chop Each Other Down

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Athletes & Hoes, Cakes, Multi
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NBA Players And Singers Who Got Together

Face it. The star athlete gets the pretty girl. It happens. But nowadays, instead of the star athlete getting the cheerleader, he usually ends up chopping down a beautiful R&B singer. These basketball stars are living the dream of chopping down beautiful divas. Don't be jealous...congratulate them.
keyshia cole daniel gibson urban ink Boobie Gibson and Keyshia Cole - They're married and happily ever after. Isn't that sweet?
Brandy Norwood Quentin Richardson Brandy and Quentin Richardson - They were actually pretty serious and had a nasty split.
shannon-monica-1 Monica and Shannon Brown - These are also two little lovebirds happily married despite the rumors.
Wedding of Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries Kris Humphries and Kim Kardashian - Remember when she was a music star with struggle corn rows for a bit? Doesn't that count? No? Moving on.
ciara Amar'e Stoudamire and Ciara - He was slam dunking those cakes to smithereens too.
grant hill Grant Hill and Tamia - These two have been married forever it seems.
Vanessa Williams Rick Fox Rick Fox and Vanessa Williams - They got hitched way back in the 90s then split.
kobe brandy Kobe and Brandy - She took him to the prom...think they got it poppin?
Lebron line 2 LeBron James and Ciara - There was a rumor he was giving her the business on the side. Drama!
latoya-luckett-kevin-durant-date-dating Kevin Durant and LeToya Luckett - They're apparently getting really serious these days.
rashard lewis Rashard Lewis and Rihanna - He gave her the business once or twice back in the day.

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