December 20, 2023
Picture Source David Reevey's Facebook Page LOL featured here with wax images of Regis & Kathy Lee
Having Mr. David Reevey as part of the relaunched Echo, N.J.'s oldest Black-owned newspaper in N.J., is an honor. Mr. David Reevey will be that unique part of the Echo News T.V. L.L.C. Team Entertainment Section; you can start or end your day with a smile with his many jokes, media teases, sports updates, forecasts, and general humor. Folks from the New Jersey area who grew up with any Reevey child during their youth know the natural and spontaneous humor of the Reevey Clan.
Photo Source David Reevey's Facebook Page when he was a Long Branch High School Football Player 80s
The Reeveys have an innate ability to make a person laugh at themselves. This is good because people often take life and themselves too seriously. God blessed the relaunch of The Echo with the descendant of Cherokee Chief Reevey of Reeveytown, New Jersey, to provide another perspective of Black society. So, for those who enjoy Paul Mooney, Rickey Smiley, or Earthquake, let me tell you that you have found your man in Mr. Reevey.
Per Mr. David Reevey's "About Page On Facebook,"
shares his favorite lyrics from a Kirk Franklin song titled
More Than I Can Bear:
"I've gone through the fire.
And I've been through the flood.
I've been broken into pieces.
Seen lightnin' flashin' from above
But through it all, I remember
That He loves me
And He cares
And He'll never put more more on me than I can bear!
I love to work hard and rest harder. L.O.L."
With that said, get your daily dose of comedy with Mr. David Reevey on Echo News T.V. L.L.C.