Prepare To Cry Over Dwyane Wade's Retirement Tribute Video

On the heels of Dwyane Wade's NBA retirement, Budweiser produced a new ad, honoring the basketball star's legacy and impact. Take it from us, this video is definitely a must-watch, tear-jerker.

The video shows how Wade has been collecting NBA players' jersey throughout the basketball season in order to decorate a wall of his house. His wall includes appearances by Los Angeles Lakers star Lebron James, Brooklyn Nets' D'Angelo Russell, and more.

Budweiser decided to help Wade on his mission by securing five more jerseys that would finish the wall. The five slots were dedicated to people whose lives were changed by Wade's contributions off the court. Budweiser invited each of them to American Airlines Arena in Miami to surprise Wade with their jerseys.

The sister of Joaquin Oliver, who was a victim in the Parkland shooting, walked in first. Wade was Oliver's favorite player, and the NBA star wrote his name on his shoes in his memory.

A woman whose house burned down on Christmas was the next guest. Wade took her family on a shopping spree after learning of the tragic news.

Next, was a man whose life was spiraling out of control. Wade's past words encouraged the man to change his life. A woman who was struggling to pay for college also greeted Wade. The star's organization reportedly granted her a full-tuition scholarship.

The final guest was Wade's mother, Jolinda Wade. She concluded the ad congratulating her son on making such an impact in his community and in the NBA. "I am more proud of the man you have become than the basketball player. You are bigger than basketball," she said.

Dwyane Wade's final, regular season game tips off against the Philadelphia 76ers on Tuesday (April 9). Watch the Budweiser ad in the video above.

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Atlanta Man Who Scammed Woman For $80K After Meeting On Dating Site Arrested In Tennessee

A seasoned schemer who scammed a woman out of $80,000 after a week of dating has been arrested.

CBS46 reports John Martin Hill was arrested on Tuesday night (May 21) in Tennessee. Hill, who had a history of grifting, met a woman on dating website Match.com. Hill reportedly told the unidentified woman that he was a millionaire and within a week of their first meeting, the two had agreed to get married.

They went house-hunting together and the victim provided Hill with more than $80,000 to purchase the house and furniture to accompany it. Once she sent the money, the victim says that Hill never reached out to her again.

Authorities discovered the 35-year-old suspect changed his name more than five times in less than three years, and that he resides in Duluth, GA in an apartment with a woman and a child.

John Martin Hill was arrested yesterday in Franklin, TN. He is at the Williamson County Jail.

We are thankful that the victim in our case came forward & reported this crime. Any other victims should contact their local police department.

Details: https://t.co/z1jZ9v8DYO pic.twitter.com/svatgLMA9v

— Gwinnett County Police (@GwinnettPd) May 22, 2019

As was reported by Fox 32 Chicago, the police also believe this isn't the first time Hill has committed a crime of this nature. His name has been thrown around in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey and Virginia for committing similar acts.

Hill was reportedly charged with felony theft by deception.

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Justice For Junior: Testifying Witness Says Hit Has Been Placed On His Life

Kevin Alvarez, one of several Trinitarios gang members responsible for the barbarous June 2018 murder of Lesandro "Junior" Guzman-Feliz, was indicted on murder charges.

However, after striking a deal with the prosecution, which involves flipping on his co-conspirators, Alvarez pled guilty to manslaughter and conspiracy and faces 25 years in prison. According to the 20-year-old, a death sentence has been placed on him for "doing something bad" like snitching to cops.

“They go out and look for you in groups until they find you and kill you,” he said. Alvarez said for "doing something bad

In a packed courtroom, Monday (May 21) he nervously identified the five others responsible for the vicious stabbing death of the Bronx teen. Alvarez said he drove one of the four cars to chase Junior and revealed the 15-year-old tried to run into nearby St. Barnabas Hospital for help, but blocked him, which is why Junior then ran into a bodega.

Alvarez said he assumed Junior was in another gang and involved in a rival shooting.

He then explained that he was the one who pushed the bodega door open, helped to drag Junior out and repeatedly punched and kicked Junior in the head while he was down. Junior tried to tell him he wasn't the person they were looking for, but Alvarez and co. didn't listen.

Video of Junior’s murder played again in court in slow motion. Junior’s mom with their heads between her knees, cried quietly throughout. #JusticeForJunior pic.twitter.com/APqZ2k8Odh

— CeFaan Kim (@CeFaanKim) May 21, 2019

The prosecution then played the heartwrenching footage from the bodega. Reportedly, Junior's mother turned away and kept her head between her knees crying.

If all members of the Trinitarios gang are convicted, they face life in prison.

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YG's '4REAL 4REAL' Album Cover Honors Nipsey Hussle

On May 24, YG will release his fourth studio album, 4REAL 4REAL, a feat that fans are eagerly awaiting. After debuting singles like "Go Loko" and "Stop Snitchin," the Compton native also revealed the project's cover, which is dedicated to Nipsey Hussle.

In script at the bottom of images of YG, "In loving memory of Nipsey Hussle" is cemented, canonizing YG's longtime friendship with the fallen rapper. Hussle was fatally shot on March 31 in Los Angeles, a passing that received a wave of condolences and memories shared of the 33-year-old entrepreneur/artist. The lyrical pair have a history of churning out collaborative songs like "You Broke," "I Wanna Benz," "FDT," and "Last Time That I Checc'd."

 

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4REAL 4REAL THE ALBUM. MAY 24TH! 🏁

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In a previous interview with Billboard, YG said music is his safe haven and shelters him from a dark place. "If I'm not doing music, I feel depressed," he said. "I feel like I ain't sh*t. I like to create, and right now, I know where I want to be, and I know how to get there."

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