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Celebrity Feet: Bow Wow & Terrence J @ 106 & Park

April 25, 2011 BY / 0

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Many Jordanheads will make that case that the ‘Playoffs’ colorway of the Air Jordan XIII is the best ever, and so a return to retail shelves for the first time since their release in 1997 was met with arms wide open. After Jordan Brand brought the Playoffs back, we’ve seen a number of celebrities wearing these beautiful Black, White, and Red sneakers, celebs including Rick Ross, Chris Brown, and Gerald Wallace of the Portland Trailblazers. The latest celebrity to rock these though is Bow Wow, who wore them when he visited BET’s 106 & Park, who might have been outshined by the show’s co-host Terrence J., whowore a pair of Air Jordan VII Premio’s that were released last year. Check out Bow Wow and Terrence J’s sneakers below and let us know who had the better kicks.

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