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DJ Khaled is back to break the Internet once again with Joe La Puma for Complex Closets, and this time he brought his son Asahd along to show their now-shared sneaker collection and to celebrate his first birthday.
During the episode, Khaled gives another look at his sneaker closet, which now includes sneakers for his son, Asahd, who already owns exclusive Air Jordans. He gives an in-depth look at his own “Grateful” Air Jordan IIIs that Jordan Brand gave him to celebrate his album going platinum, and he explains that the first four pairs have a misspelling on them and are worth more money. Khaled also shows unreleased Air Jordans, such as the Air Jordan IIIs for Russell Westbrook, Drake’s University of Kentucky pack, the friends-and-family version of the Kaws x Air Jordan IV, the Air Jordan Vs for Mark Wahlberg, the “Denim” Air Jordan IIIs, and tells a touching story of how he received the Air Jordan 1s for Craig Sager. He also talks about Jay Z signing a pair of the Reebok S. Carters for him, responds to Lil Yachty wanting to battle his closet, and hints that Asahd might have his own Air Jordan sneaker on the way, all while giving more keys to life.
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Michelle Donaldson, the news director of local Albuquerque station KOB-TV, may be taking back one of her longstanding rules about the NBC affiliate’s stories, after someone stole the station’s news van during an on-location shoot about local crime.
As Donaldson’s crew gathered footage in Downtown Abuquerque for a report about a local company contemplating a move because of an increase in crime, at least one thief made off with their van.
Members of the station were able to recover the van about an hour later without any police intervention. According to reports, crew members used the on-board GPS system in the vehicle to track its whereabouts after the thief apparently abandoned the damaged van. Donaldson said the vehicle was locked and no keys were left inside, leaving her somewhat confused as to how the thief started the SUV.
“Our entire news crew is a little shaken up,” said KOB-TV reporter Kai Porter. “Our news car was stolen from this parking lot here at Central and 1st as we were getting set up for our live shot. Our crew’s okay, we called 9-1-1 and reported it to police. But it just goes to show you that anybody can be impacted by crime down here in this area.”
The live shot was slated to be part of a story about tech startup, Lavu, and the company’s growing concerns about crime in the area. Instead, members of the KOB-TV news staff ended up being subjects of the very type of criminal activity their report was spotlighting.
“We were doing a story about those concerns, and the city’s response to those concerns when, ironically, we became victims of crime ourselves in exactly the area they’re talking about,” Donaldson said.
Despite damage to the SUV, no members of the KOB-TV news crew were harmed.
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