A who’s who of football legends and Hall of Famers.
Super Bowl’s inaugural week in Las Vegas heated up late Wednesday night with Marshawn Lynch’s Fam1st charity event at Eight Lounge inside Resorts World turned into a who’s who of football legends and Hall of Famers.
Showing up to support Beastmode and his charity included Ray Lewis, Lawrence Taylor, Charles Woodson, TJ Ward and Cam Newton. Tommy Devito, Josh Johnson, Darren Waller, Marcus Peters, Robert Griffin III, Dion Dawkins and Najee Harris also attended the event at the lounge.
The superstars were seen mingling in the crowd, pausing to take photos with fans, and enjoying connecting with fellow NFLPA members.
Lynch even jumped behind the bar during the evening, helping pour drinks for enthusiastic guests, and Lewis and LT sipped on Hennessey and Tromba XA Tequila while enjoying the atmosphere.
Hip-hop legend Too $hort provided the soundtrack for the evening, busting out a small band rendition of “Blow the Whistle” and “Shake That Monkey,” along with other hits while his official DJ, DJ Slowpoke, manned the turntables.
The Fam1st Foundation is dedicated to providing underserved youth in Oakland and around the world with empowerment, educational, and leadership opportunities to promote community growth and self-sustainability.
They promote using sports as a metaphor for life, emphasizing adaptability, resilience and determination.
Eight is a favorite among celebs and pro athletes, who are drawn to the stylish cocktail and cigar lounge’s incredible cigar collection and private smoking lounges – Michael Jordan, A-Rod, Wayne Gretzky, Aaron Rodgers and Michael Cudlitz to name a few.