Sat, Feb 17 2018

chacha x foxx charity celebrity basketball event,

Thousand Oaks, California, United States Thousand Oaks, California, United States

  • About the event

    On Saturday Feb 17th, during  All Star Weekend In Los Angeles , chacha and Jamie Foxx , are throwing a celebrity charity basketball event at Jamie Foxx’s Estate. The charity, “ Spirit League,” is for children & young adults with special needs, that play all  kind of sports, including basketball with there peers in a positive, and self-esteem building environment. The Jamie Foxx Foundation provides for the health, education, and welfare of children throughout the world, including housing, and HIV/AIDS issues in Africa and Haiti. 


    Their will be two games played. The first game will be children and young adults from the Spirit League Charity coached by Dez Bryant and Todd Gurley, followed by a celebrity basketball game. (I will attach updated roster below). Justin Bieber’s DJ, DJ Tay James will be on the ones and two’s as well as a surprise halftime show performance and an auction



    The breakdown of the celebrity game, will be team chacha vs team foxx. All ticket sales and money raised from donations going 50/50 to both charities.


    These players are confirmed to play,




    Dez Bryant

    Todd Gurley

    Murda Beats


    Team CHACHA:


    Mike Stud

    Mark Cuban

    Von Miller

    Josie Canseco

    Steve Nash

    Chance The Rapper

    Josh Gordon

    Jonny Manziel 

    Post Malone

    Yung Lo


    Harry Hudson

    Kenny hamilton

    14.Smoke Purp


    Team FOXX:


    Jamie Foxx

    Madison Beer

    Terrell Owens

    DJ Skee

    Christian Combs

    Justin Combs

    Jeremy Hill

    Cedrick Ogbueh

    Anwar Hadid

    Rich The Kid

    Yes Julz

    Neels Visser

    Joe Haden

    14.Damien Wayans

    Why should you sponsor?

    A fun, charitable event, at jame Foxx's estate, filled with cleebrities

    Ryan silverstein

    chacha the wave

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  • 251-500 attendees expected

    50% Male Attendees

    50% Female Attendees

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