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Lottery Winner Now Has More Money than Kerry Washington and Jamie Foxx COMBINED

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What would you do if you won the lottery?  Correction:  What would you do if you won the lottery that suddenly gave you a windfall of $648 million dollars?  That’s the question being comtemplated by Ira Curry, a woman who suddenly has enough money to buy nearly anything (or anyone) she wants.

The 56-year old Curry is a mother and grandmother in Atlanta who also happens to be a multi-millionaire after winning the Mega Millions jackpot.  Her financial problems are solved, and if she manages that money correctly, this will solve the financial problems of her children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, you can just keep going.

Curry wasn’t the only winner though.  Her share is just $120 million, which is still enough to buy nearly anything she wants.  Her lucky numbers involved the use of her relatives’ birthdays, who just happened to all be born on exactly the right day.

Her numbers were 8, 14, 17, 20 and 39, and 7, according to officials.

This is the largest Mega Millions jackpot in history and the biggest single collection by anyone in the history of the state of Georgia.

“It’s unreal … like I’m still dreaming,” she said after finding out about the big win.

Curry has made the wise decision of trying to stay out of the public eye.  The problem for her is that lottery winners’ names are made public.  So, she will probably have a few long lost relatives come out of the woodwork, as well as a few charities and of course, her pastor asking for money for the new building fund.  Comes with the territory.

366 Comments

  1. brian

    December 19, 2013 at 11:56 am

    God’s kingdom needs no money! But man’s kingdom would like to get a hold of that money!

    • Tiamtte

      December 19, 2013 at 12:30 pm

      There is nothing wrong with having money in God’s eyes. It’s just how you use the money and what it does to you that matters. I am happy she won.

  2. Kiesha makins

    December 19, 2013 at 12:35 pm

    AMEN AN GOD BLESS U…. IM GLAD SHEA BLACK WOMAN BOUT DAMNNN TIME…

    • Leah

      December 22, 2013 at 4:02 pm

      LOL!

  3. P J

    December 19, 2013 at 12:38 pm

    IN JESUS NAME YES AND AMEN.

  4. sherrie chapman

    December 19, 2013 at 12:42 pm

    It’s WONDERFUL! Finally, someone of COLOR finally wins!!!! We spend most of your money on these gaves, it time for US to shine. Be sure to INVEST most of this money so, you wont go thru all of it.Help your family, church. Travel and spend…. The rest(most of it) INVEST!!!!!

    CONGRATULATIONS to you….

  5. JamesBraque

    December 19, 2013 at 12:53 pm

    Sounds like a set of problems that anyone would love to have. Get that new cell phone with a new number, start using your middle name instead of your first, and use that old notion don’t call me I will call you. Then live your life with the plan of if you didn’t know me Monday you don’t know me now.

  6. ericaf

    December 19, 2013 at 1:59 pm

    God bless her, just be careful who you trust. The vultures are circling

  7. Michael Lofton

    December 19, 2013 at 2:29 pm

    RE: “Lottery Winner Now Has More Money than Kerry Washington and Jamie Foxx COMBINED”

    Selected excerpt:

    “So, she will probably have a few long lost relatives come out of the woodwork, as well as a few charities and of course, her pastor asking for money for the new building fund!”

    Of course it is Ira Curry’s decision to make, but if I were her, the neighbor charlatan sacrilegious Black preachers wouldn’t be considered for any charitable contribution, because more so than not the preacher(s) in the pulpit have been the biggest thieves…..

    ************************************************

    CNN I-Report: “With the blessing of both past and present day Black elected officials, lawyers, social workers, probation officers, foster parents, and the Black community the break-up of the traditional Black family Structure for profit has been going on for decades!” by TheTruth53, 12-18-2013

    With the blessing of both past and present day Black elected officials, lawyers, social workers, probation officers, foster parents, and the Black community the break-up of the traditional Black family Structure for profit has been going on for decades!

    “Private foster care system, intended to save children, endangers some, Those living in private agencies’ homes are a third more likely to endure physical, emotional or sexual abuse, a Times analysis found.” by Garrett Therolf, Los Angeles Times, December 18, 2013

    “Jada’s case highlights problems in foster care system”, Jada bears the scars of being scalded by a woman who is serving 15 years in prison for her abuse and got a waiver as a foster mother despite several convictions and abuse complaints.- by Garrett Therolf, LA Times, December 18, 2013

    The most recent series of articles as published by the Los Angeles Times, pertaining LA County Foster Care bring back memories of my experiences in foster care. Both of my parents are university educated credentialed school teachers with clean records. Neither of my parents or any of my brothers and sisters have ever been proven to criminal, insane, unfit, and/or incorrigible to warrant the breakup of the Mr. and Mrs. Leon E. Lofton, Jr. family unit for profit.

    Several of my sisters, brothers, and I were placed on probation by Probation Officer Elaine Reed, the youngest sister at that time being an infant, and the oldest being me, age twelve. Black social workers and foster parents played musical chairs with my immediate family members to earn income derived via deceit to down on his or her home mortgages, to buy cars, and other luxuries at the expense of the rights of Mr. and Mrs. Leon E. Lofton, Jr. family unit. One of my sisters was in foster care from infancy until age eighteen. Another one of my sisters was impregnated and gave birth while still a teenager in foster care, under the supervision of agents and officials of government.

    The foregoing is documented by Los Angeles Superior Court cases 895188, BC 385899, related court cases, and is very different from the article published by the Los Angeles Sentinel “Yellow Journal” Newspaper. To date, journalists from the Los Angeles Sentinel newspaper have yet to apologize, retract these falsehoods, and/or to publish the truth.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQl2GoEbPys

    YouTube: “Excerpt from “Miracle in Harlem” (1948)” uploaded by screeningthepast, April 22, 2010.

    Although it is highly unlikely that Lincoln Theodore Monroe Andrew Perry was a “hat n hand handkerchief head negro” in real life……

    Every day that Black elected leaders, lawyers, preachers, no good “yellow journalists, etc., etc., sellout or betray U.S. born Blacks, serve illegal aliens at the expense of the rights of U.S. born descendants of slavery, steal from the Black community, serve his or her personal friends at the expense of the Black community, etc., etc., all with the approval of other Blacks in the Black community…..

    …..then the very Black elected officials, lawyers, sacrilegious preachers, poverty pimps, Black “Yellow ” journalists and the Los Angeles “Yellow Journal” Sentinel or other members of the Black community who fit the description are in fact “Step n Fetchit hat n hand handkerchief head negroes” in real life!

  8. Ann G.

    December 19, 2013 at 2:48 pm

    I am happy that a Black woman won, I just want her to use the money wisely so if she desires she will never have to work again in her life. I am sick of hearing about broke big lottery winners.

  9. Ronnie Hughes

    December 19, 2013 at 3:07 pm

    There are many safe investments she can make. I pray that she talks to the people who advised and advise the William sisters, Magic Johnson,Oprah Winfery, Dave Bing, Michael Jordon, Jamal Mashburn, Tyler Perry and other Black folks who have invested their money very wisely. Also, I pray that she doesn’t allow “friends” and family to drain her. Did those same people help her when she was struggling? Why should she help them now? If they really mean her any good, then they should be ready to work in one of her soon-to-be successful business endeavors. Hardly anybody wants to help you make any money, but they are more than willing to help you spend it! If she foolishly blows it, those same people will disappear faster than a snow ball in hell. Good luck my Sister. Enjoy yourself and do as much good as you can without hurting yourself!

  10. Dr. Tim Lucas Adams, Th. D.

    December 19, 2013 at 3:17 pm

    Wait on the LORD !

  11. kim

    December 19, 2013 at 3:40 pm

    I am so happy that this woman won but if it were me nobody would ever know that I won at all…it seems like when ever your tell people of your good fortune they change and just assume that you owe them something or are entitled to a part of it.Best thing is to keep quiet…silent and you can still do for your loved ones.

  12. Larry Johnson

    December 19, 2013 at 4:46 pm

    I am checking my family blood line to find if Mrs. Curry is a cousin of mine. If so, I am coming out of the woodwork before she and her husband blow it all. Mrs. Curry is high maintenance. She and her husband like to live the high life and spend to the max. They filed bankruptcy several years ago……..I remember her from The Bronx Projects years ago. She was always a fine young lady dressed to kill….! Good luck Ira! But remember that old adage: A Fool And Their Cash Will Soon Part……..

    • Dianna

      December 20, 2013 at 9:17 pm

      LMAO!!!! Larry you are too funny!!!! I love your sense of humor… good luck Ira and God bless you always!!!

  13. moonhead

    December 19, 2013 at 4:50 pm

    She didn’t have any choice, the state that she resides mandate that all lottery winners names be published. Didn’t you read the article?

  14. Bet

    December 19, 2013 at 6:06 pm

    God Bless You, Ira! I wish you the best in whatever roads you take from here. I can’t explain how happy and I am for you! I have been thanking God as if I won the money. God is blessing my neighbor so He is in the neighborhood. Be forever blessed!!!

  15. F Walker

    December 19, 2013 at 7:29 pm

    I started to play mega millions, but I passed up the opportunity for the latest drawing. My rationale, no one in Georgia wins. I was dead wrong! I guess God saw fit for Mrs. Curry to receive her blessing. Congrats doll and enjoy it. Never look back on the world of work a day in your life. May God continue to bless you.

  16. J. D. Hill

    December 19, 2013 at 8:42 pm

    Good to see a Black win big! Ira Curry does nor look like a fool; she and her money will not be soon parted.

    Now concerning her pastor standing with his hand out, she should bless him personally (if he needs it) with a generous gift and her church (if it has wise stewards) with a sizeable donation. God blessed her to be a blessing to others – not to hoard and lay up treasure on earth.

    Of course, she must provide for her family and her posterity. She should set up trusts to pay for their college or trade school education of the next fifty years. Just giving them money to go out and circulate it in other communities would be most unfortunate.

    • Dianna

      December 20, 2013 at 9:21 pm

      NO Ira… don’t give one dime of it to the church, go feed God’s lost sheep (HOMELESS / Down-Trodden), it will be pleasing to God, so don’t let nobody put a church guilt-trip on you… Watch out for that demon cuz he’s on your tail already…

  17. Randy Taylor

    December 19, 2013 at 10:54 pm

    I hope she knows how to LAY LOW, SAY NOOOOOOOOOOO, And Walk Away!!!

  18. JA

    December 20, 2013 at 6:58 am

    CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LIVE WELL AND ENJOY!!!!!!!!!!!! YOU DESERVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  19. LaDonna Gordon

    December 20, 2013 at 8:35 am

    Congratulation on your winnings and God bless you and your family.

    LaDonna

  20. Sarah Cyrus

    December 20, 2013 at 12:18 pm

    If I should ever win the lottery, I am taking my children, grandchildren, Mom, brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews, friends, relatives and some of my homeless friends on Tv with me.
    I will give everybody a chance to be on tv and I am not leaving the country. I will never hire an attorney. I will make certain that anyone who knocks on my door will have some money. I will not send my money to the Cayman Islands. It is stYing right here with me.

  21. Michael Lofton

    December 20, 2013 at 2:02 pm

    The very day our own Black elected officials, lawyers, or other individuals truly represent U.S. born descendants of slavery is the day that other Blacks can be winner too.

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1069341

    Past and present day elected Black leaders, lawyers, etc., have been selling out the Black community.

    Unless President Barack Obama, the Congressional Black Caucus, and/or other Blacks in positions of influence do more to competently serve the Black community, there will be more Black men and women unemployed, heavily dependent on the need for “Food Stamps”, AFDC benefits, unemployment benefits, committing criminal acts to survive, etc.

    “U.S. reports 10% drop in deportations The 2013 decline is the first under President Obama and offers fuel for both sides of the immigration debate.” by Brian Bennett, LA Times, December 19, 2013

    Providing a path to citizenship for 11 million or more illegal aliens/anchor babies, many of these illegal aliens now taking over communities formerly and presently predominated by U.S. born descendants of slavery, is of little or no benefit to any law abiding U.S. born descendants of slavery.

    “Obama commutes sentences of 8 crack cocaine offenders. President Obama commutes sentences of 8 nonviolent drug offenders as part of an effort to redress inequities that imprison blacks more than others.” by Timothy M. Phelps, Los Angeles Times, December 19, 2013

    The Crack Cocaine drug trade has been devastating to the Black community, especially in most every inner-city neighborhood. Between the drug turf wars between rival gangs, innocent bystanders being maimed or killed, property damage, property theft, etc., etc., commuting the sentencing of any Crack Cocaine dealer, or anyone convicted of conspiracy to possess cocaine/Crack with the intent to distribute it, is of little if any benefit to any law abiding Black man, woman, or child.

    YouTube: “Black People Have Become too Ignorant for Me to Claim, I Need to Invent a New Race” uploaded by Stacey Gear, Jul 18, 2010

    YouTube: “Obama says, Shake It Off! Stop Complaining! To Black Supporters” uploaded LuvWorkingAtHome, June 30,2012

    YouTube: “Black Conservative Speaks out against Leftist Policies at Restoring Honor rally ” GooberTheUncouth, Sep 26, 2011

    YouTube: “Exodus: Inner-City Blacks Abandoning Obama & Democrat’s Liberal Agenda” uploaded by Rebel Pundit, Oct 29, 2012

    CNN I-Report: “Graduating Magna cum Laude from Harvard Law School is not alone proof of competency.” by Unique81

    Evidently, President Barack Obama, the Obama Administration and the Democratic Party place a higher priority to serve illegal aliens, and convicted felons and ignore or trash the best interests or claims for redress from law abiding U.S. citizens, specifically law abiding U.S. descendants of slavery, law abiding U.S. citizens and legal immigrants being the most important segment of the U.S. any elected official or public servant is mandated by the Constitution, the “Oath of Office”, the executive influence and/or the “rule of law” to competently represent.

  22. Rev. George Brooks

    December 20, 2013 at 4:52 pm

    Why don’t the owners of this website GET SERIOUS. This subject, like so many others, is just something for black folks to wish and waste time talking about, When there are many far more serious issues that we need to be discussing to truly help black folks. What a sorry website. — Rev. George Brooks

    • Dianna

      December 20, 2013 at 9:24 pm

      Rev-Up George…
      Are you upset because your not getting one dime of it..!!!!

  23. cynthia

    December 21, 2013 at 8:08 am

    Congratulations lady. God is good hope you do thr right things with it.
    The Rev. Just mad he not getting any of the money. Haters gone hate. Live life to the fullest.

  24. Michael Lofton

    December 23, 2013 at 4:38 pm

    RE: “Lottery Winner Now Has More Money than Kerry Washington and Jamie Foxx COMBINED” Naturally Moi, December 19, 2013

    Selected Comment:

    “Rev-Up George…Are you upset because your not getting one dime of it..!!!!”-Dianna

    Indeed Dianna,

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tx06qb9rKgk

    YouTube: “My Problem with the Black Church” by SpadeProject, Mar 23, 2008

    This is not to accuse Rev. George Brooks of being a thief, a hypocrite, sacrilegious to the power of infinity, sleazy, etc., etc., like far too many Black reverends/deacons/jackleg preachers/poverty pimps/elected officials are guilty and truly disgraceful.

    CNN I-Report: “When you Lie Down With Nasty Rotten Garbage You Get Up With Maggots and Fleas, You Get up With or Become Foul Smelling Trash too. Attorney Rickey Ivie, like Reverend John J. Hunter, is Sleazy and Unethical Too!”

    CNN I-Report: “Some of the Biggest Thieves in the Black Community are it’s Preachers and no good Poverty Pimps!”

    My Grandfather, Reverend Eli Lofton, who has been deceased over fifty years was nothing like todays corrupt, dishonest, sleazy, forked tongue, lying, stealing, fraudulent, etc., etc., Black reverends who exist today.

    *************************************************

    “ELY LEON LOFTON

    The record of a struggle up from obscurity and poverty to a place of leadership in the Kingdom of God, like this story of Rev. Ely Leon Lofton, A.B., B.D., should be read and studied by the struggling boy whom imagines he is having a hard time. The story reveals certain traits which account for his success. In the first place, he had faith and courage and refused to be defeated by any obstacle which it was possible for him to overcome, in the second place he has never been ashamed or afraid to work. Back of it all was patience and a fine determination to win. He was born at Moro, Ark., on February 28, 1891, and spent the early years of his life on the farm. His parents were Robert Lofton and Ellen (Norman) Lofton. The father was born near Atlanta, Ga.

    Dr. Lofton was married on January 9, 1916, to Miss Myrtle Louise Ellison, daughter of Castello and Lula Ellison. She was educated at Philander Smith College and pursued a course in Missions at Gammon. She teaches music. Of the four children born to them three are living. They are Verna W., Ely Leon, Jr., and Frances Helen Lofton.

    Young Lofton pursued his elementary studies in the Lee County, Ark., public schools, from which he passed to Philander Smith College at Little Rock where he won his A.B. degree in 1916. This was followed by the theological course at Gammon Theological Seminary, where he won his B.D. degree in 1920. The story of these years cannot be told better than in his own words. He says, “I was with my father on a farm at Moro, Ark., till I was 17 years of age. I helped him pay for two farms, both about 140 acres. He was not able to school me. I got permission to stop going to public school and work on a railroad that was being built through that section. Many mornings I went to work half frozen to earn my first school money. I drove a road scrape and wheeler. I helped my father make the next spring crops and went back on the road in the summer. I helped to gather the crops and in November, 1908, I went to Philander Smith College, Little Rock, Ark. I had only $15.00. $3.50 was left after paying tuition and buying books. Col. G.A.A. Dean employed me as a servant. He gave me $1.00 per week and board and allowed me to go to schools. I was told his wife was the crank of cranks, and I thought so at first. After cleaning and dusting she would follow me with a white handkerchief. I did not suit her at all at first, being a country boy and nobody was ever known to stay more than a month or two at a time. We learned one another and before school was out understood one another. I remained in the home off and on for eight years, till I finished school. She gave me $3.00 per week and board after the first year. During vacations, I taught in the rural schools or worked in Southern Pacific Shops. Here I was first put on the scrap iron pile, and then transferred to machine shop and made a helper. I won three scholarships at Philander Smith College and was delegate to Student Conference at Atlanta in 1914; two years Bible Class President of Wesley M. E. Church; two years President of the Y. M. C. A. of the school. In order to get to Atlanta I borrowed $20.00 from the Mercantile Trust Company, without anyone going on my note. When I got to Atlanta I had $15.00. That was the fall of 1917. I had a wife and one child. Dr. Bowen, now Vice-President of Gammon Seminary, at first told me to get a job and go to work, that they could not let me enter on such a small sum as $15.00. After talking over the matter he agreed to give me a trial. After paying my rent for a month and buying my books I had 75 cents left. I went to town and assisted drummers two evenings, worked at a Greek restaurant one week for $5.00, then got a job on bell stand at Piedmont Hotel at salary of $20.00 per month and tips. I went to work at 11 P.M., off at 7 A.M., and met all other obligations. Another child was added to the family. I went to a brass foundry and worked a month and a half, brought on a strike and got a raise for all labor of 50 cents a day. I worked at American Steel plant one week. Burning out in this job I went to Cleveland, Ohio, working at American Wire and Steel Company, came back to school in fall. I then took a route carrying a paper, the “Atlanta Constitution,” increased its circulation on the route from 45 to 300 subscribers. The next summer I was an insurance agent, building my own debit.” In this way he was able to complete the course at Gammon. While at Gammon he was elected delegate to the Students Conference at Des Moines, Iowa.

    Dr. Lofton’s religious experience began with his conversion when he was thirteen years of age. At a very early age he felt drawn toward the ministry, and was finally led into the ministry by the conviction that it is better save folks than to rescue them–that salvation is greater than salvage. He was licensed in 1916 and joined the Conference in 1920, and was ordained elder in 1922. His first charge was the New Market Circuit in the Annapolis, Md. District, which he served for one year and paid the debt. This work was composed of five churches and a mission, so it will be seen that the young preacher was at least busy. His next appointment was to Churchton, Md., where he had two churches. In 1922 he was sent to Clarksville, W. Va., where the work is making steady progress under his administration.

    Both as a laborer and as a preacher Dr. Lofton has studied conditions, and he says “A program of education will mean the salvation of our people. Another great need is that the wealth which he earns or creates should be turned to his advantage. As laborers our people are furthest down in the struggle and are discriminated against by the labor unions. They have their greatest liberty in the mines. What the Negro needs most of all is that he be recognized as a man and given a man’s chance. If the political, educational and industrial machinery were adjusted to that idea, the White man would rejoice as well as the Negro and the angels of heaven would join in the chorus.”

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