James Stewart as 'Rick James' on New ESPN Cover

James Stewart as 'Rick James' on New ESPN Cover

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James Stewart as 'Rick James' on New ESPN Cover

 

Moto super freak James Stewart dressed up like 80s rocker Rick James on the new cover of ESPN the Magazine. Rick James blew up in the 1980s with his hit “super Freak” and gained more recent notoriety  as the subject of a Dave Chappelle’s parody in the mid 2000s. As for James Stewarts participation. The smile in this photo says it all. Check out the full gallery here

 

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