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Tying the knot isn’t cheap when you’re Michael Vick. Vick’s wedding at the Fountainbleau hotel in Miami Beach to longtime girlfriend Kijafa Frinkset him back $300,000, according to GossipExtra.com. Vick, who received $35.5 million in guaranteed money as part of a six-year, $100 million contract he signed with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2011, still is repaying creditors after filing for bankruptcy following his 21 months in prison for his participation in an illegal dog-fighting ring. Part of the cost of the wedding, GossipExtra.com reported, went toward poolside concerts by Flo Rida, Maroom 5 and Gymclass Heroes. Security was tight and cellphones and cameras were confiscated outside the door. Among the reported guests were Eagles coach Andy Reid, Vick cousin and former New Orleans Saints quarterback Aaron Brooks, teammate LeSean McCoy and NFL receivers Roddy White and Plaxico Burress
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In front of 300 guests on Saturday, the Eagles QB married longtime fiancée Kijafa Frink in a lavish ceremony, where security alone reportedly cost them over $300K.
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Eagles QB Michael Vick married his fiancee, Kijafa Frink on Saturday in Miami at the Fontainebleu. Though security was heavy and guests were asked to check their cellphones at the door, details of the lavish ceremony have emerged on the $300,000 ceremony. On the menu: waffles and chicken! The pre-wedding cocktail party began before sunset at [...]
ESPN’s Ron Jaworski has been breaking down NFL quarterbacks over the past few weeks and believes that Philadelphia Eagles QB Michael Vick could be poised for a career season in 2012. He points out that Vick has not had the benefit of a full off season since he was a member of the Atlanta Falcons in 2006. Based on his career numbers and the liberal passing rules in the NFL, it shouldn’t...
Michael Vick is already putting his hefty contract to use, sparing no expense for his recent wedding.
Vick's wedding cost $300,000, according to Gossip Extra.
The Eagles quarterback married longtime fiancee Kijafa Frink over the weekend. The event took place at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach, and reportedly featured a relaxed vibe with hookahs on the tables and R&B music...
Michael Vick is already putting his hefty contract to use, sparing no expense for his recent wedding. Vick's wedding cost $300,000, according to Gossip Extra. The Eagles quarterback married longtime fiancee Kijafa Frink over the weekend. The event took place at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach, and reportedly featured a relaxed vibe with hookahs on the tables and R&B music playing...
After years…and years…and years together, Michael Vick and his fiance finally tied the knot! Vick proposed to the lovely Kijafa Frink way back in 2009 and boy did she make him pay for the long wedding wait. The ceremony apparently cost an estimated $300,000!!
The wedding reportedly took place at Fontainbleau in Miami Beach over the weekend and included guests such as Atlanta...
Michael Vick got married to his longtime girlfriend Kijafa Frink in Miami Beach over the weekend, and the celebration reportedly was quite lavish.
Vick and Frink’s reception took place at the Fontainebleu Hotel in Miami Beach. Gossip Extra says the security alone cost the couple $300,000.
They reportedly had private concerts from Gym Class Heroes, Maroon 5 and Flo Rida, and the...
According to GossipExtra.com, Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick spent a whopping $300,ooo on his wedding, which went down on Saturday night in Miami Beach.
I found it really funny that they only served chicken and waffles. It also featured private pool-side concerts that were held by Gym Class Heroes, Maroon 5 and Flo Rida.
Roughly 300 of Vick’s family...
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