February is Black History Month and Wizards star point guard John Wall is celebrating with a stunning portrait collection in his home.
On Wednesday, Wall posted multiple photos on Instagram featuring portraits of, "some of the most powerful African Americans who have and continue to pave the way."
Proud to own portraits of some of the most powerful African Americans who have and continue to pave the way.🔥 Special S/O to @Theartofyost the artist behind these designs👌🏾Appreciate ya. Go support‼️ #BHM #WallwayWednesdays
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The first photo contains portraits of Coretta Scott King, Rosa Parks and Angela Davis, who are then followed by Barack Obama, Muhammad Ali and Martin Luther King Jr.
After that, you'll find portraits of musical artists Biggie Smalls, Lil Wayne, Tupac Shakur and Nipsey Hussle.
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