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Magic Johnson own Magic Johnson Enterprises, a company he founded in 1989. Through this company, Johnson owns or invests in several companies and individual franchise locations.


Magic Johnson has three children: Andre, EJ (Earvin III) and Elisa. He has been married to Earlitha "Cookie" Kelly since 1991.


Earvin "Magic" Johnson Jr. has three children: Andre, Earvin III and Elisa. Melissa Mitchell is the mother of Andre, while Earlitha "Cookie" Kelly is the mother of Earvin and adoptive mother of Elisa.


Earvin "Magic" Johnson has five NBA championship rings. He played on teams that won the championship in 1980, 1982, 1985, 1987 and in 1988, playing for the Los Angeles Lakers in all five championships.


As of 2014, Magic Johnson has HIV, a condition he was diagnosed with in 1991. While there is no cure for the virus that progresses to AIDS, advancements in treatment and an active, healthy lifestyle can prevented the disease from advancing to its terminal stage.


In a 2011 video interview with FRONTLINE, Magic Johnson stated he had contracted HIV from unprotected sex. Since he first announced his HIV-positive status to the media in 1991, Johnson and his wife Cookie have become vocal proponents of HIV/AIDS education, testing and tolerance, especially within m


As of October 19, 2010, Magic Johnson no longer owns any Starbucks franchises. Prior to selling, Johnson owned interest in 105 Starbucks franchises. The sale was made a day after Johnson sold his 4.5 percent stake in the Los Angeles Lakers.


Basketball great Magic Johnson has not been cured of human immunodeficiency virus, which remains latent in his body, but as of February 2015, he remains in good health. He attributes his good condition to early detection, compliance with anti-HIV medication and a healthy lifestyle.


After countless controlled experiments, scientists have failed to find evidence for magic or the supernatural. While future research could change the status quo, it is highly doubtful that magic is real.


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