Serena Williams is vacaying in Jamaica, and she’s giving back while doing so. In more ways than one. Get it all inside, plus Cam Newton’s response to the post-game critics…
Serena is putting in work work work work work, in the words of Rihanna. She’s chillin’ in Jamaica with friends, and decided to show the SnapChat world her striped swimsuit of the day.
Can we talk about how she is the epitome of #CakeGoals? Sheesh. Let ’em know ‘Rena!
When she’s not flossing all that booty and her perfectly toned bod on vacay, she’s dancing it up and having a little fun:
She’s also in the country to help build schools through her Foundation.
Working and building a third school with Serena Williams fund and helping hands #swf
And the tennis champ also posted the below video:
Enjoyable work. Serena Williams Fund’s 3rd school- this time we partnered with Helping Hands Jamaica to build the Salt Marsh Primary School #swf #education
A video posted by Serena Williams (@serenawilliams) on Feb 8, 2016 at 1:35pm PST
Over in the football world, Cam is still slaying dragons several days after Super Bowl. He’s clapping back at folks who called him names and accused him of displaying poor sportsmanship when he lost the Super Bowl.
In an interview with media Tuesday, Cam had words for those who want him to act like somebody he’s not. He said in the Panthers locker room:
I’ve said it since day one. I know who I am and I know what I’m capable of and I know where I’m going. And I don’t have to confirm to anybody else’s wants for me to do. I’m not that guy. If you want me to be this type of person, I’m not that. And I’m happy to say that.
This league is a great league with or without me. I understand that. And I am my own person. I take pride in that.
He also said he has no regrets for how he handled that post game interview on Sunday. He said he’s human and never proclaimed he was perfect.
The league’s MVP also spoke about how the Panthers team is criticized constantly, yet no one on the team ever had to sit out for disciplinary reasons and the coaches have never said they are not coachable. He was adamant that they’re professional, and they will be back.
Check out the video HERE.
Photos: Getty/Serena’s IG and Snapchat