Reshawn Davis

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Reshawn "Bam Bam" Davis
Born Reshawn Davis
(1978-08-03) August 3, 1978 (age 39)
Columbus, Ohio, United States
Other names Bam Bam, Big B, Overweight Lover, 415 pound monster
Occupation Bodyguard
Years active 2003–present
Website Official website

Reshawn "Bam Bam" Davis (born August 3, 1978) is a professional bodyguard, but is best known for his role on MTV's Rob & Big, which followed him and his co-star/best friend Christopher Boykin.

Career[edit]

Television[edit]

Davis plays his role on reality show Rob & Big as he is known as "Bam Bam", one of Big Black's best friends who is also a security guard as well, and a co-owner of Big Black Clothing and in the rapping group Chunky Boys. Since the finale of Rob & Big, Davis has made appearances in the series' sequel, Fantasy Factory.

Music[edit]

Davis is also a member of the hip hop group called The Chunky Boys. The group consists of four members: Big Black, Bam Bam, Zeus, and Steve OG. They describe their music as "a collage of chunky material influenced by our size as well as our girth." Bam Bam and Big Black of The Chunky Boys are featured on Dyrdek's fictitious artist Bobby Light's song "Dirty Girl." It was recorded at home and a music video was created shortly after. All of this was featured in an episode from the second season of Rob & Big.

Apparel[edit]

Davis also co-owns a clothing line. The clothes are available through his online store, Big Black Clothing. The store sells shirts and accessories for men, women, and children.[1]

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