Magic Johnson and wife post photos with their kids and grandkids
Businessman and former NBA player, Magic Johnson, and his wife Earlitha ‘Cookie’ Kelly posted a couple of photos next to their children and grandchildren.
The image that Cookie shared portrayed her in front of her husband holding one of her grandchildren on one side of the picture. On the other side, there was Andre and Elisa (Cookie and Magic’s children), a second grandchild, and Lisa (Andre’s wife).
All of them were in front of a machine that had the logo of Jurassic World in the middle of it. In the caption, Cookie revealed a couple of details about what that machine actually was.
She admitted to being proud of Andre for the thing that he and his team created: the Jurassic World Virtual Reality Expedition. Cookie added that it was an ‘incredible’ experience, suggesting that they tried it.
Finally, she let her followers know that Andre’s new creation would be available at Dave & Buster’s stores, which are establishments where people can enjoy tasty meals and entertaining games for young and adults.
The three-image slideshow posted by Magic revealed more details of their day. The first photo showed the team who worked on the machine proudly standing in front of it while Magic was behind them.
In the second image, the entire family appeared again in different poses. The final photo portrayed Magic, Cookie, Andre, and one of the couple’s grandchildren with the VR goggles on trying the game.
Magic captioned the slideshow confessing that he and Cookie were proud of Andre and the VR Company for the Jurassic World Virtual Reality Expedition at Dave & Buster’s.
Those images were posted only a week after the NBA legend received backlash for wishing one of his sons, E.J. Johnson, a happy birthday.
As Celebritist previously reported, people wrote negative comments on Magic’ post implying that he should not support E.J. because he is homosexual.
However, the businessman and his wife have had interviews in important shows, including The Ellen DeGeneres Show and Oprah, where they revealed they were proud of E.J. no matter his sexual orientation.