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WorldWide Entertainment TV podcast contains interviews, entertainment news, and artists from around the world from major labels and the underground scene, bloggers, vloggers, and more. WWETV is the former media outlet for Tupac Shakur Center For The Arts. Visit WWETVN.COM

Tupac Shakur & The Rise & Fall Of The 2Pac Center
Jun 19 2022
Tupac Shakur & The Rise & Fall Of The 2Pac Center
It was June 16th, 1971, that the legendary Tupac Shakur was born. In this special Thursday Throwback, WorldWide Entertainment TV looks back at the rise and fall of the Tupac Amaru Shakur Center for the Arts in Atlanta. WWETV Network was the official media sponsor for the brand, but the untold story is now told in the video above.With special interviews that include Eric Farber, the former Tupac Estate lawyer who helped Afeni Shakur secure the center in her son's name. Ms. Goldi speaks with the celebrity lawyer and breaks down what happened to the building and land that was dedicated to the legendary 2Pac.The vintage WWETV content includes the interview with Tupac's cousin, Revelation, as he reveals the original name and plans for what would be the Tupac biopic entitled "All Eyez On Me." The Center was visited by artists from around the world that would travel from places such as Toronto and New York. Award winning producer, James Worthy, made the trip from New York to Atlanta along with Toronto singer Alicia Cinnamon.The biopic co-star of "All Eyez On Me," Dominic Santana was interviewed by WorldWide Entertainment TV in Los Angeles and he touched upon what he would say to Tupac Shakur if he was alive today. Young Noble of The Outlawz has collaborated with Toronto rapper, Deuce Deuce, of Concrete Mob. The Toronto hip hop artist speaks about the impact of Tupac and how he ended up with working with one of Tupac's Outlawz member.Visit WWETVN.COMSupport the show
Shy Day-Wilson Plays Drake In Basketball & Throwback Interview With Brooklyn Tea Talk
May 15 2022
Shy Day-Wilson Plays Drake In Basketball & Throwback Interview With Brooklyn Tea Talk
Shy Day-Wilson who currently plays for Duke, recently went one on one with Toronto rap icon Drake. Torontonian point guard stands just 5-foot-6 and is a standout player.  She's been considered a phenom since the age of 13. She wants to go pro and become just the 18th Canadian to play in the WNBA; and she wants to put Toronto and Canadian women’s basketball on the map.Fans paid attention when Shaeyann Day-Wilson posted a clip on social media playing basketball with Drake. In November of 2021, the Toronto Raptors' global ambassador, posted a message to the WNBA on his Instagram story saying, "I need a Toronto team."In 2019, the Raptors brought home the NBA championship for the first time in franchise history. Sports expert Kevin Yeung, who is a content creator with TSN’s BarDown, says the strong appetite for basketball north of the border makes Toronto a strong contender to be an expansion city for the WNBA. Raptors coach Nick Nurse is also on board with the idea. Nurse told reporters during a post-game news conference that a WNBA team would be "wildly successful" in Toronto."I think the women should be represented in Toronto with a WNBA team," he said.In May of 2019, WorldWide Entertainment TV covered the High School United States vs Canada tournament for women in Toronto. Brooklyn Tea Talk took to the road as she interviewed the future NCAA basketball player who grew up at Jane and Falstaff and discovered basketball at Falstaff Community Centre.Brooklyn also interviews her coach during the time period, Patrick Shaw, who had nothing, but great things to say about her work ethic towards becoming a top prospect. Shaw, originally arrived in Toronto to visit family and stayed to run Falstaff Community Centre after the woman who previously ran it had to retire due to health problems. Brooklyn who also worked in her early days with Day-Wilson reminded her of her failed attempt at being in a dance group, but she had the talent for basketball which Shaw believed in. Eventually, basketball started to grow on Shayeann.  Check out the exclusive interview in the video above. Support the show