Weekend Roundup in Miami 2017: Lebron James Comes Out To Play

With Miami’s heat rising, our 80 degree celebrity fever just went through the roof. The weekend was dominated by the hautest events and the biggest stars who came out to play in the big leagues. Here we have some of the highlights.


On Saturday night, King Lebron James traded his Nikes for a pair of beats when he became a DJ at downtown hot spot Komodo and took over the deck at the upstairs lounge. David Grutman was also there to capture all the footage live on Instagram, joined by Jonathan Cheban aka the Foodgōd, NFL agent Michael J Katz and more. Komodo Lounge was transformed into its own mini LIV for the evening. It was a night to be remembered.

Witness DJ @kingjames taking over the decks at @komodomiami Lounge

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Later on Sunday, Crystal Pepsi celebrated the last stop of the Crystal Pepsi Throwback Tour at the Marlins vs. Colorado Rockies game. During which, Salt-N-Pepa threw the ceremonial first pitch. Immediately afterwards, the group performed the 90s hits “Push It” and “Whatta Man” for their fans.

The tour produced three free shows centered around baseball stadiums throughout the U.S. It started in New York with Busta Rhymes, continued to Phoenix with Sugar Ray’s Mark McGrath and exited with Salt-N-Pepa in Miami. All the stops led up to the release of the 90s clear cola.

Getty ImagesPhoto Credit: Getty ImageThe iconic 90s clear cola has been released for a last and limited time across the U.S. Available on shelves today – August 14 – it is the grand finale for the multi-city celebration to the nostalgia of the 90s.