Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Nike Honors Serena and Richard Williams


Nike honors Serena Williams and her father Richard Williams...


19 comments:

Anonymous said...

Finally!
Have they ever done this before?

Anonymous said...

Beautiful.

Anonymous said...

Serena!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Chills!

Anonymous said...

NICE!!!!!!

L. Eller said...

Snitch I’m tired of typing comments and your page crashes. People are just going to stop coming to the site period. I thought it was fixed. It’s not 1998 and your site should not be doing this.

The King Of The Real said...

amazing

Anonymous said...

Every time I see her play, I'm mesmerized. Her athleticism really is unmatched. Serena was born and trained to excel at this game. There's something really special and motivating in seeing someone step into the destiny that is theirs alone.

Niyabinghi/ObeahWomanWarrior said...

Damn this just made my eyes well up with tears. Yasss Goddess Serana Yass. Yass for dad too. Well done!!!! She is indeed a phenom and force of nature to be reckoned with. I Love Serena!!

Malika JustMalika said...

And Venus?

Anonymous said...

Absolutely amazing!!! This is literally the best commercial I've ever seen!

Anonymous said...

all the ads are making it crash

Anonymous said...

Black Greatness

Anonymous said...

As I was saying before I was rudely interrupted by this site ... It is no wonder why white supremacy did everything to remove the father from the black home. They do not want us competing in the same sphere as they did. The father serves as the foundation and ballast of the family and they know it. This man taught his girls to be great at THEIR game. They don't want too many Serena and Venues running around because they know when we stand on the shoulder of giants, there's no limit in what we can accomplish. They have also tried to make Earl Woods and Richard Williams out to be hateful spiteful men who abused their children to minimize the impact they have had on black athletes. They love propping up LeBron, Kevin Durant, etc., because they fit the poor black boy narrative. It's almost college football and you will hear tales of the black kid from the poor neighborhood with the single mother who overcame all odds instead of the Steph Curry's who had an wealthy to upper middle class lifestyle BEFORE the game. SMH.

Kudos to Nike. Stay woke, people!

L. Eller

Strawberries said...

Love it!

Anonymous said...

Nice! :)

Anonymous said...

Black Fathers Matter.

Anonymous said...

Richard Williams does NOT get his due for what he did with his daughters....Props to this man....Amazing job with his girls.

✿✿Dotty✿✿ said...

Awesome Nike!!

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