Monica Brown breathes sex appeal and Jermaine Dupri drips gold on the e-bike while leading celebrities who welcome Wheels to Atlanta
Wielen has quickly become the most popular E-Bike craze, especially in the world of celebrities.
So no doubt two of Atlanta & # 39; s biggest stars participated in the launch of the micro mobility company last week.
Musical artists Monica Brown and Jermaine Dupri took the first inaugural journeys for the launch of Wheels in Atlanta, Georgia last week.
Drippin & # 39 ;: music artists Monica Brown (left) and Jermaine Dupri took the first inaugural journeys for the launch of Wheels in Atlanta, Georgia last week
The 38-year-old hitman The Boy Is Mine and the 46-year-old rapper Welcome To Atlanta are two of the most respected artists in the historic southern city.
Monica flowed from sex appeal as she confidently posed on top of the electric bike with riding characteristics wearing a gray top and flared multicolored pattern pants.
She received designer shades with pink tinted lenses and a smudge-red lipstick when her distinctive pixel cut was brushed aside.
Chart-topping: The 38-year-old boy Is Mine hitmaker was flushing with sex appeal while posing confidently on the electric bike with driving experience, dressed in a gray top and wide-ranging multicolored pants with motif
Vibes: accessorized with designer shades with pink tinted lenses and a smudge-red lipstick, while her distinctive pixel cut was combed to the side
Family Matters: Undoubtedly, the two-wheeler was designed for family fun, as Monica proudly shares photos of her children – 11-year-old son Romelo Montez Hill and five-year-old daughter Laiyah Shannon Brown – with a blast while riding on the Wheels vehicle
Undoubtedly, the two-wheeler was designed for family enjoyment, as Monica proudly shares photos of her three children – 14-year-old son Rodney Ramone Hill III, 11-year-old son Romelo Montez Hill and five-year-old daughter Laiyah Shannon Brown – with a blast while driving the Wheels vehicle.
Jermaine dripped in gold, including a bracelet, aviator shadows, and iPhone, looking as cool as ever while posing on the battery powered two-wheeler.
Tie time: the brothers and sisters shared a smile while posing on the e-bike
Moving forward: Romelo seemed to enjoy the two-wheeler that can be unlocked for free via the Wheels app and only costs 25 cents per minute
Fun for the whole family: her 14-year-old son Rodney Ramone Hill III also posed with his younger sister
Wheels is a micro mobility company based in Los Angeles that has chosen Atlanta for its third market after successful launches in LA and San Diego.
As the scooter market in the capital of Georgia is flooded, Wheels will undoubtedly become a viable alternative, as CEO Josh Viner said in a statement that their E-boles are designed to be & # 39; a safer device that benefits a considerably wider audience. with a much better operational model. & # 39;
According to Atlanta Curbed1,000 bikes will be offered in the city.
Chill: Jermaine, 46, dripped in gold including bracelet, aviator colors and iPhone as he looked as cool as ever while posing on the battery-powered two-wheeler
The two-wheeled E-bikes can be unlocked for free via the Wheels app and only cost 25 cents per minute of use.
The launch in Atlanta follows the successful launch in Los Angeles, where Wheels organized a party including guests such as Kelly Osbourne, Drew Taggart and Alex Pall (from The Chainsmokers), Nicole Scherzinger, Larsa Pippen, Delilah Belle Hamlin, Jessica Szohr, James Kennedy , Logan Paul and King Bach,
Wheels – launched in January – is an app-based ridesharing service around E-bikes with safety, comfort, reliability and durability.
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