It’s the freakin weekend and Mothers Day weekend to boot…Happy Friday!! AEE Universe here we go with our Top 3 Celebrity Birthdays on May 8th!!! For more celebrity birthdays click down below and as always if today is your birthday…
Enrique Iglesias May 8th, 1975 (45)
Grammy Award-winning Latin pop artist who became known for singing the #1 hit “Be with You” in 2000 and “Hero” in 2001. He has sold over 100 million records. He studied business at the University of Miami but dropped out to record his first album in Toronto. He has won over twenty-five Billboard Latin Music Awards and won the Best-Selling Pop Male Artist and European Male Artist World Music Award for his album Escape in 2002. He is the son of Julio Iglesias. He has an older brother named Julio Jr. and an older sister named Chabeli. He started dating Anna Kournikova, a professional tennis player, in 2001. The couple welcomed twins named Nicholas and Lucy in December 2017. In January 2020, they welcomed a daughter named My Sunshine. His 2014 single “Bailando” featured Jamaican singer Sean Paul.
6ix9ine May 8th, 1996 (24)
Rapper whose 2017 songs “Exodia,” “Go Crazy,” “Oweee” and “Zeta Zero 0.5” helped establish him as a rap artist. His song “Gummo” would go Platinum in 2017. He collaborated with Nicki Minaj on the hit song “FEFE” in 2018. He started to make a name for himself via the music upload network SoundCloud. Famous Dex was featured on his single “Zeta Zero 0.5.” He became a popular Instagram personality on the account 6ix9ine with 14 million followers. In summer 2018, he collaborated with Anuel AA on the song “BEBE.” The music video for the song has earned more than 1 billion views on YouTube.
Kemba Walker May 8th, 1990 (30)
Selected 9th overall by the Charlotte Bobcats in the 2011 NBA Draft after leading the University of Connecticut to an NCAA Championship. He was invited to play in the McDonald’s All-American Game after a stellar senior year at Rice High School in Harlem, New York. During his senior season at UConn, he orchestrated one of the most impressive streaks in college basketball history, winning the Big East Tournament and the NCAA Tournament after his team wasn’t even considered a legitimate title contender. He was teammates with Jeremy Lamb and Shabazz Napier at UConn.