Former NY Giant Jack Brewer got his groove on — dancing to Drake’s “In My Feelings” song for the Kiki Challenge — with a group of teenagers in the Hamptons on August 8 in an impromptu video shoot at National Night Out in Riverside’s Ludlam Park.
The former gridiron star, who is the spokesperson for the National Police Athletic League, dropped by to lend his support for the event, which celebrates the relationship between the community and law enforcement. He passed around a football, shot some hoops, and chatted with the teens about their plans for the future. In a safer version of the Kiki Challenge, the teens, who included a group of police explorers, jumped out of Southampton Town’s police cars. Brewer himself got behind the wheel of an armored car, and even some of the police officers waved their hands in the air like they just didn’t care.
Brewer was in town this past weekend for a benefit for his charity, The Jack Brewer Foundation, which was hosted by 50 Cent at Oreya at the Capri Hotel in Southampton. The Jack Brewer Foundation supports impoverished women and children living in underdeveloped countries such as Haiti and Malawi, Africa. The athlete/philanthropist said he would like to work on developing more of a PAL presence in the town.