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POST BABY FAB: Nia Long & Friends BOWL IT UP For Charity

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Along with African American Black Film Festival (ABFF) founder Jeff Friday, YBF chick Nia Long co-hosted last night's 1st Annual ABFF Strikes for Education charity event sponsored by Cadillac. 

 

Check out the pics of the celebs bowling for a cause inside...

Actors had some fun at Lucky Strikes bowling lanes in Los Angeles to raise aise awareness of the Film Life Foundation and provide funding for programs designed to educate, empower and prepare underprivileged youth interested in pursuing film and television careers.

All net proceeds from the event will be donated to the Film Life Foundation, a portion of which will benefit the general scholarship fund at the John H. Johnson School of Communications at Howard University.  Sweet!

41-year-old Nia, who gave birth to her youngest son Sunday 5 months ago, brought her oldest Massai, Jr. along for the fun.  the hot mama rocked red skinny jeans, a black & white heart tee and a vest.  And she flaunted her engagement ring from fiance Ime Udoka.  And before you say it's a wedding band so they must already be married, Nia shot down those rumors already.

 

We see she's getting that pre-baby bod back. Lookin' fab!

Her girl, singer Shaniece, came out to support.

Top Model & Ambi spokesmodel Bre Skullark hit the event.  Loving her glowing hair and skin.


 

Actress Tatyana Ali made an appearance.

Melyssa Ford did her flirty best at the competition.

Actress Vanessa Bell Calloway popped up.

Up and coming singer Luke James came out to support.

Nia posed with Jeff and his wife Nicole (to his left) along with "True Blood" star Rutina Wesley.

Wonder what Eriq LaSalle's been up to these days...

Actress Joyful Drake was there.

The Insider's Kevin Frazier brought his wife Yasmin along.

 

And Duane Martin was at the event as well.

Photo credit: Earl Gibson III

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