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Basketball legend parties at Yacht Club

Basketball legend parties at Yacht Club

By Staff Writer - September 7, 2016

magicjElton John, with his concert for the Ferriti yacht company last Saturday, is not the only celebrity to have graced the Monaco Yacht Club in recent days. NBA legend Magic Johnson and his wife Cookie Johnson celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary party at the venue Tuesday night.

LL Cool J, Smokey Robinson, Steve Harvey, Biz Markie, Cedric the Entertainer and Pat Riley, Beyoncé’s mother, Tina Lawson, as well as a host of other celebrities attended the party. Their son EJ and his siblings were also present.

It was a busy night for the YCM as KBL Private Bank was holding a cocktail conference, with 100 attendees, on the deck above. (Source:

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