Luke Campbell Lands Assistant Coach Job For Miami Central High
Uncle Luke is taking a break away from his plethora of exotic dancers and is now playing with the kiddies.
Nah, no Kells here but the former 2 Live Crew front man has stepped up to play a part in the community and is helping local teens out in Miami as the assistant football coach at Miami Central High School.
Luther Campbell told the Bellingham Herald,
“I’m happy and proud of what we accomplished but that part of my life is over. The entertainer – I left him on stage.”
Serving as a mentor off the field as well, Luke tells the paper he stresses the need for teamwork, education and maintaining a positive attitude.
“I don’t tolerate cursing or the N-word,” Luke added. “I tell them, ‘Don’t ever disrespect a girl because that makes you less than a man.’ And ‘Pick the girl who is responsible, not the one with Fs on her report card. Easy to get in, hard to get out. I’ve lived that life.'”
The parents of the at risk youth are also in support of Luke who received letters of support from community leaders, parents, neighborhood kids and Central High’s principals and was cleared by the Miami-Dade school system to coach the team.
No stranger to the football field, Luke has sponsored and coached Pop Warner football teams in the past and has even had a friendly competition with Snoop in the past as their teams competed.
Way to stand up and help raise these boys into men.