Terrell Owens To Be Featured On CNBC Documentary

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrell Owens, one of the most colorful and controversial players in the National Football League, will be among several celebrities featured in a CNBC documentary entitled “Newbos: The Rise of America’s New Black Overclass,” which premieres Tuesday, Feb. 24.

The one-hour show will profile young, multi-millionaire blacks and the challenges and opportunities that come with their first generation wealth.

Others profiled in the documentary include Lebron James, Torii Hunter, Sean “Diddy” Combs, Wyclef Jean, Lil’ Wayne, Williams Brothers of Cash Money Records, Kirk Franklin and Bob Johnson.

  1. JTLovesBigD
    JTLovesBigD says:

    Let me first say that I love any Cowboys coverage. Second, let me say I hate any reality tv. If one has to prevail I probably will watch at least some of this show. After all, I was glued to Hard Knocks all pre-season long. There is not many individuals that like to admitt it however, playing in the NFL requires alot more tham being a player if you want to make a name for yourself. Simply put, T.O. is T.O and always will be. ake from it what you wish…