Lawrence Taylor Auctioning 1991 Super Bowl XXV Ring

Lawrence Taylor Auctioning 1991 Super Bowl XXV Ring

Giants fans, a piece of history can now be yours.

A day after the New York Giants received their recent Super Bowl victory jewels, its former linebacker Lawrence Taylor is auctioning off his Super Bowl XXV ring for anywhere between $75,000 and $100,000. According to CBS News, the current bid stands at $37,982.

The ring features two football-shaped diamonds, surrounded by blue enamel and 17 smaller studs. According to the auction description, "the ring shows considerable wear, that in some eyes, only enhances it aura. A phenomenally important memento from one of the greatest football players of all-time. Size: 12."

Taylor snagged the ring when the Giants defeated the Buffalo Bills in 1991. It's definitely for the go-hard football fan who bleeds blue.

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Apparently, LisaRaye and Brat haven’t been on speaking terms as of late and the actress didn’t shy away from airing out her grievances. After congratulating her younger sister for coming out as a lesbian and living her truth, the Chicago native put her on blast.

“I will say this I am happy for you I am glad that you are living in your truth. That right there we’ve been talking about for years and for you to just be so happy and so vibrant that right there is a blessing to be able to stand in that,” said LisaRaye. “That right there is what I believe in…what I talk about, what I envisioned. So for that right there, I will say have at it, and I love you. I appreciate you coming out and verbally saying ‘happy birthday’ to me this kind of way because I damn sure ain’t heard from you in months.”

For her part, Brat showed love to her sister but did acknowledge that there has been a bit of “space” between them this year. As for LisaRaye, she wasn’t exactly open to her co-host chiming in with family advice. “I don’t give a f*ck what ya’lll saying at all,” she blurted out. “Y'all don’t know sh*t!”

On a positive note, things calmed down towards the end of the segment and LisaRaye explained her passionate reaction.

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Barry Jenkins Is Directing A Sequel To ‘The Lion King’

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Rae partnered with Sienna Naturals CEO Hannah Diop to rebrand the company. “I think hair has always been part of my identity,” Rae told Allure. “[Even my] debut was a big chop that I did for Awkward Black Girl.”

Rae’s interest in the natural haircare industry was peaked after watching Diop’s “journey,” in products creation. “I’d been watching Hannah's journey for a while, seeing her developing these products. I got interested in the natural, organic side of hair care. I felt like this was a great opportunity to partner up — not to mention obviously loving what the products did for my own hair.”

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