When Isaac Nauta, one of the most highly touted tight end recruits in the nation, decommitted from Florida State yesterday, notable Canes fan Luther “Uncle Luke” Campbell saw a perfect opportunity to swoop in and poke the in-state […]
He was once as nasty as he wanted to be, but Luther Campbell, who gained fame as the front man of the notorious rap group 2 Live Crew, has received approval for a coaching certificate that will allow him to continue coaching high-school football in Miami.
He was once as nasty as he wanted to be, but former 2 Live Crew frontman Luther Campbell is now going to have a new official title, coach.
Luther Campbell, also known as Uncle Luke, has taken aim at pro sports agent Drew Rosenhaus and on Michael Irvin’s radio show Friday morning said former Cane wide receiver Tommy Streeter was given $50,000 before he signed with Rosenhaus.
Nevin Shapiro has rocked the University of Miami’s football program to its core, but his claim against the man known in the 1980’s as “Uncle Luke” may have gotten him into more legal hot water.
Should former 2 Live Crew frontman Luther Campbell be allowed to be certified to coach high school football? That’s the question before the Florida Division of Administrative Hearings.
One day after being implicated in a job-for-endorsement deal by former mayoral candidate Luther Campbell, Julio Robaina took to the airwaves this morning on WIOD to answer the charge.
Former rap star-turned mayoral candidate Luther Campbell says he gave his endorsement to run-off candidate Julio Robaina, after Robaina promised a high level job to a Campbell friend.
Julio Robaina announced Thursday that he had received the key endorsement of former 2 Live Crew frontman Luther Campbell.
Maybe Luther Campbell doesn’t want to run for political office in South Florida after all.