Terrico Henry – Best known by her professional moniker EKT 40, rapper Terrico Henry found success with her song ‘Everything King Terk’ in 2019. It dealt with an incident where 16-year-old Calvin Fluellen accidentally shot 14-year-old Terrico Henry while being careless with firearms.

The teenager claimed he didn’t think the gun was loaded when he pointed it at Henry and pulled its trigger, but was nevertheless sent to state juvenile prison system for at least 18 months.

Early Life and Education

Terrico Henry was born in Daytona Beach and attended both Mainland High School and Rollins College, excelling as both an outstanding football player (breaking Herschel Walker’s college rushing yards record) and as a student athlete drafted by Tampa Bay Buccaneers; later playing for Alabama Crimson Tide as well.

Calvin Fluellen shot Terrico Henry while visiting his family home in South Linden on January 16, 2014. At 16 years old at the time, Fluellen reported to police that he thought his weapon wasn’t loaded when pointing it at Henry; unfortunately Henry was struck in his stomach and passed away later that night at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.

Fluellen was charged with reckless homicide under delinquency charges related to his shooting incident and released back into his mother’s care after electronic monitoring and release to Mifflin High School two blocks from where it took place.

Professional Career

Terrance Henry stands as one of the greatest strikers in English Premier League history. Beginning his career as a left winger for Arsenal FC before later becoming their top goalscorer he garnered numerous honors including Heisman Trophy, Doak Walker Award, and Maxwell Award during his time with them.

In 2020, he achieved three 200-yard rushing games within two consecutive seasons since 1978 – becoming one of only eight running backs ever to have done so since 1948.

White entered the 2010 NBA draft following an exceptional sophomore campaign with the Rebels that included victories over No. 15 Mississippi State and No. 13 Florida as well as an outstanding double-double against both opponents. He was selected with the 36th pick by Detroit Pistons but fractured his foot during preseason play and missed his entire rookie season.

Achievement and Honors

Henry was honored with two Titans Team MVP awards, the SEC Offensive Player of the Year honor, membership to the 1999 SEC Good Works team and earned Academic All-SEC recognition during his senior year – in addition to being named to the 2021 SEC Honor Roll.

Henry worked with the Boys & Girls Club of Middle Tennessee through Two All Foundation in September 2021 to host a back-to-school event for kids identified by B&GC as needing most help and provided 50 gift cards from Burlington for each one of those identified as most in-need; providing these youngsters an in-person shopping day experience as part of this initiative.

Henry joined with “Pay Away the Layaway” to pay off more than $10,000 in layaways over Christmas for families in need. Additionally, Henry made an additional visit to one of their fans battling cancer, surprising both of them with suite tickets to an upcoming game and Nike shoes and cleats as gifts.

Personal Life

Henry is a member of the Windsor Terrace Crips gang in North Chicago with links to Bloods. Since 2016, Henry has played for Titans and in 2020 signed a four-year contract worth $50 million with an accompanying signing bonus of 12 Million Dollars.

Terrico Henry was shot and killed after Calvin Fluellen shot her at their South Linden house and claimed not to think the gun was loaded when pointing it at his friend, which caused his fatal shot wounds. Henry later passed away at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.

At Fluellen’s sentencing hearing in Franklin County Juvenile Court, his victim’s mother was too overcome with grief to speak during his sentencing for second-degree murder; therefore he will face at least 15 years behind bars.

Net Worth

Thierry Henry amassed a fortune during his career. He played at some of the top clubs in soccer and scored many goals. Now retired from playing and working as a TV commentator.

He has collaborated with a range of companies, such as Nike shoes and apparel and Renault cars. Additionally, he endorses Gillette razors and Beats headphones; and appears in commercials for Campbell’s Chunky Soup and GEICO insurance policies.

As an investor in multiple businesses and projects, such as Major League Soccer (MLS) franchise Nashville SC. He established Two All Foundation, a non-profit entity providing equal opportunities for children of diverse backgrounds – this foundation includes a scholarship program for high school students in Yulee, Florida.

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