Guy Code will feature today's top comics, athletes, entertainers, and even some experts to make sure all the players are up to date. "Fantasy Factory" star Rob Dyrdek is ,000 closer to building a dream skate park for kids in L. Dyrdek has been super-passionate about building skate parks where kids can SAFELY skate whenever they want -- and now his former assistant Chris Pfaff (better known as Drama) is taking another cue from his mentor and helping the cause ... In fact, Drama is so serious about the cause, he's also donating a portion of the profits from a new shirt and a new hoodie that his skate clothing company will be selling. who tells us, "[Pfaff] worked as Rob Dyrdek's assistant for multiple years picking up a lot of the skills and knowledge that Rob had for his businesses. The exact location of the park has yet to be determined.Casting directors are searching for a Caucasian boy who is 9 to 12 years old.This is for the lead role Read More Kevin Hart has quickly become one of the most sought after actors in Hollywood.He would go on to appear in several episodes of Dyrdek’s follow-up to “Rob & Big,” “Fantasy Factory,” as well as three episodes of Dyrdek’s other MTV show, “Ridiculousness.” “MTV is deeply saddened to learn the news of Christopher ‘Big Black’ Boykin’s passing,” MTV said in a statement.“He was a long time and beloved member of the MTV family and will be greatly missed. He also started a clothing line named after his catchphrase, “Do work,” in 2007.MTV2's Guy Code is the ultimate guy's guide to the laws of manhood. Some say guys are born with it, but not everyone follows the same set of guidelines. Guy Code has been discussed on screen in "Old School", "Jersey Shore" and inadvertently analyzed on "Animal Planet" when discussing the customs of male species.
Chanel West Coast, who appeared with Boykin on “Fantasy Factory” and “Ridiculousness,” tweeted after news broke, “RIP Big Black. Odom spent seven seasons with the Lakers, who traded him to the Dallas Mavericks in 2011. He was traded back to the Clippers in 2012 and played briefly in Spain in 2014.Odom played on the United States national team, winning a bronze medal in the Olympics in 2004 and gold in the FIBA World Championship (known later as the World Cup) in 2010.As a member of the Los Angeles Lakers in the National Basketball Association (NBA), he won NBA championships in 20 and was named the NBA Sixth Man of the Year in 2011.As a high school player, Odom received national player of the year honors from Parade in 1997.