Exclusive Interview with Willie Lloyd on Newsstands Now in DON DIVA Magazine.
CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 22, 2003
The recent shooting of Willie Lloyd, who is often called the "Chicago Underworld Mayor," has spawned a surge of rumors and uproar regarding his recent cover story in DON DIVA magazine, a publication known as the true street bible for the urban community. In the article, Lloyd spoke candidly to DON DIVA about his now infamous life and how it has changed the city of Chicago.
Due to the overwhelming demand by the public to read about Willie Lloyd, in his own words, DON DIVA has re-stocked locations that have sold out of the publication. Those who wish to read about one of Chicago's most notorious community members can pick up ISSUE #14 of DON DIVA from various newsstands in Chicago, as well as the following locations:
-- Tony's Sports stores (Chicago, IL)
-- Coop's Underground Records (Chicago, IL)
-- George's Music Room (Chicago, IL)
-- Freshwear (Chicago, IL)
-- Coconut Music stores (Chicago, IL)
-- Cisco's Music World (Hazel Crest, IL)
In a statement issued just a few hours after the shooting, DON DIVA representatives said, "We here at DON DIVA magazine would like to send our prayers out to Mr. Willie Lloyd and family. We are honored that he chose our publication to provide an exclusive and detailed interview of his life and experiences. Mr. Lloyd wanted DON DIVA readers to receive his full story, unaltered, as it appears in this month's cover story (Issue #14). We can not and will not speculate on the actual cause or motive of this unfortunate incident."
For more information on DON DIVA, please contact Tiffany Chiles, editor in chief at (877) DON DIVA (363-3482).
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|Date:||Aug 22, 2003|
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