Malaysia Pargo, DeVon Franklin, Sybrina Fulton & More ATTEND The Trayvon Martin Foundation Power Brunch + Trey Songz, Brandy, Ray J & More PARTY IT Up At ToXic Day Party
Over the weekend, Malaysia Pargo and DeVon Franklin supported a good cause with Trayvon Martin’s mother Sybrina Fulton at the Trayvon Martin Foundation Brunch. Meanwhile, Trey Songz had the ladies swooning over him at the ToXic Day party. Peep pics from the events inside…
The Trayvon Martin Foundation held a special brunch in honor of Trayvon Martin at XEN Lounge (owned by Duane Martin & Tisha Campbell) in Studio City over the weekend.
Preceding the brunch, Trayvon Martin’s family and friends participated in a peace rally at Crenshaw High School in L.A., bringing out NBA superstar Kobe Bryant and rapper Nipsey Hussle. Saturday marked the one-year anniversary of George Zimmerman’s acquittal of Trayvon’s murder.
“BBW LA” star Malaysia Pargo came out to support Trayvon Martin's mother Sybrina Fulton. The reality star also had to deal with a tragic death in her family. Malaysia’s brother was allegedly murdered by a police officer, so she and Sybrina shared many heartfelt moments during the brunch.
Meagan Good’s husband DeVon Franklin came out to show his support, hitting the carpet all smiles with Sybrina.
Recently, the sexy producer inked a new deal with SONY to develop mainstream, inspirational and diverse content for the company’s portfolio of labels.
Miss Diddy of The Brand Group embraced Sybrina with a hug before posing it up on the carpet.
Sybrina also hit the carpet with music manager Steve Lobel and two young men (possibly a group he's managing).
During the brunch, Sybrina stood up and thanked everyone for the support. She also shared special memories of her son and ended her speech saying, "Its vital and important that you do your part, whatever that part may be."
And at another event....
On Saturday, Trey Songz bought the ladies out to the ToXic Day Party in L.A. In celebration of his second No. 1 album (Trigga), Trey put on a full concert, performing all of his new album's tracks for partygoers. And of course, the ladies couldn't get enough of Trey.
Also spotted at the party...
“The Game” star Brandy and her brother Ray J (who is rumored to be filming for an upcoming season of "Love & Hip Hop: L.A.) were spotted posing for pics in their VIP section.
Ray J opened up recently about the Whitney Houston biopic coming to LIFETIME. During an interview with Hip Hop Hollywood, he said he hasn’t “really paid attention” to details surrounding the movie, but he’s hopeful that it will show Whitney “in the right light.”
Brandy looked fab saluting the cameras.
And Ne-Yo (who is becoming a ToXic Party regular) also saluted the cameraman. He has a new album coming out this fall titled Non Fiction and recently premiered a new track from the album titled “Money Can’t Buy” featuring Young Jeezy.
Flo Rida came out to party and he debuted his brand new single on stage.
And Jazze Pha was spotted getting his drink on.
Check out this clip (above) of Kobe Bryant and Nipsey Hussle speaking during the Trayvon Martin rally at Crenshaw High in L.A.
Photo Cred: Kass for The Brand Group/ Adrien For Bar Tabz/ LAs Finest Enterprises