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Ray J, Sammie, Bobby V, and Pleasure P Tease Forming A Potential R&B Supergroup

Last week’s Verzuz battle had a lot of laughs, fun shade, and possibly the beginning of a new supergroup between Ray J, Bobby V, Sammie, and Pleasure P?. On Monday, the pre-show participants hopped on IG Live to recap the event and shared that they are looking to form an R&B group together called RSVP.
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metsmerizedonline.com

OTD 1999: Bobby V Goes Incognito

During his years as manager—first with the Texas Rangers and then with the Mets—Bobby Valentine gained a well-earned reputation for finding his way into the spotlight. Many referred to him as “Top Step” Bobby. In a game against the Toronto Blue Jays, he affirmed that reputation...
NEW YORK CITY, NY
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newsnationusa.com

He’s Bobby V, and He Wants to Be Mayor

Mr. Valentine’s name will appear on Line F, the equivalent to batting sixth on a lineup card, because he is not affiliated with a political party. Famous donors have gravitated toward both candidates. Bette Midler, Michael Douglas and Rita Wilson gave to Ms. Simmons. So did Larry Summers, the former Treasury secretary.
CONNECTICUT STATE
St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Mario, Jacquees, Bobby V concert at the Factory is postponed

Update: This show has been postponed. The new date is Nov. 7. Tickets for the original date will be honored at the new date. Click here for more information. Earlier update: “Love in the Lou” with Mario, Jacquees and Bobby V takes place at 8 p.m. Sept. 4 at the new Factory in Chesterfield, making a move from its originally scheduled home at the Ambassador.
CHESTERFIELD, MO
MLB

Disguised Bobby V now has a Topps card

It's one of the more entertaining moments in baseball history. Mets manager Bobby Valentine was ejected from a game against the Expos in 1999 for arguing a catcher's interference call on Mike Piazza. He retired to the clubhouse, as any ejected player or coach must do. But then, well, he returned to the dugout. (Or someone that looked very much like Bobby Valentine returned to the dugout.)