Happy Monday and of course Happy Labor Day! Here we go with our Top 3 Celebrity Birthdays on September 7th! As always if today is your birthday……from all of us at All Everything Entertainment Happy Birthday!
First off Happy Heavenly Birthday to a Rap Legend and lead man of the legendary rap group N.W.A…. Easy “Motherfreakin” E!
Gloria Gaynor September 7th, 1949 (71)
Singer best known for the disco classic “I Will Survive,” released in 1978. She took business courses and went to beauty school to appease her mother. Her first hit, “Never Can Say Goodbye,” made her an overnight disco star. She has appeared on The Wendy Williams Show.
Kevin Love September 7th, 1988 (32)
Star NBA power forward/center known for his three-point shot and tough rebounding. He spent the first six years of his NBA career with the Minnesota Timberwolves before a blockbuster trade sent him to the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2014. He won an Olympic gold medal with the U.S. national team in 2012 and an NBA Championship with the Cavaliers in 2016. Walt Hazzard allowed Love to wear his retired #42 jersey while at UCLA. During his lone season at UCLA, Love earned Pac-10 Player of the Year honors and led the Bruins to the Final Four of the 2008 NCAA Tournament. He was selected fifth overall in the 2008 NBA Draft by the Memphis Grizzlies, but he was traded shortly thereafter to the Timberwolves. He trained under the mentorship of Hall of Fame center Bill Walton at UCLA. He’s always posting photos of his dog on Instagram.
Leslie Jones September 7th, 1967 (53)
Famous for her work on Saturday Night Live, this comedian, actress, and writer was nominated in 2015 for a Writers Guild of America Award. She has appeared in a number of comedic films, including Lottery Ticket (2010) and Top Five (2014). She was also cast in the 2016 reboot Ghostbusters. She played on the basketball teams at Chapman University and Colorado State University and worked as a DJ for the former school’s radio station. Also during this period, she won a campus comedy contest and subsequently began to seriously pursue work as a stand-up comic. She appeared in a 2007 mockumentary titled Gangsta Rap: The Glockumentary and had a small role in the 2015 movie Trainwreck. Early in her career, she was encouraged by her contemporary and fellow comedian Dave Chappelle.