In 2005, Reginald Wedgie Wilson started Mr. He Got Game (MHGG) driven by a passion to connect people. Conscious Movement Entertainment became the inaugural event for the organization. This event consisted of live debates at D’Jango’s Lounge, a premiere venue in downtown Atlanta. The debates included controversial and current event topics surrounding politics, relationships, religion and crime. The full capacity crowd included individuals from diverse backgrounds, including urban mainstream bloggers and savvy social media professionals.
After much success in this arena, Reginald went on to expand the brand of MHGG by adding a family component. The first family event, which has become an annual occurrence bridges the gap between the old and the young. The annual MHGG family picnic is hosted at local Atlanta parks and brings the community together for a day of fun filled activities and fellowship.
In 2011, Reginald recorded his first live show, The Mr. He Got Game Show. The MHGG show focuses on relationship building. This show catapulted the vision for Single Saturdays. This event will provide a social atmosphere where those in attendance can mingle with others with diverse backgrounds who are focused on building stable families and flourishing communities. Activities at Single Saturdays will include casino style black jack, poker tables, speed dating and panels.
Keeping in line with MHGG’s support of non-profits and community work, part of the proceeds from Single Saturdays will go towards funding Youth Star Group Home of Atlanta. YSGH, is an organization that impacts the lives of youth by providing a safe haven for children from broken and abusive homes. This organization provides a support system that allows young men and women the opportunity to excel by eliminating negative behaviors commonly found in at risk youth.