Famous people and nick names.
John F. Kennedy was commonly referred to as JKF, his son was given the nick name of John-John. (JFK's birthday by the way is May 29th near but not on Veterans Day, I always think of him on Veterans Day because of the contributions he made to American society on desegregation.) What other famous people have been nick names? Why was the nick name given - popularity?
Rapper, songwriter and actor Eminem.
Marshall Mathers is Eminem's real name. His nickname came from his initials M&M.
Margaret Thatcher = The Iron Lady, because of her leadership
George W. Bush = Dubya, because of the W.
David Ortiz = Big Papi, because of his size and his Latin heritage
Michael Jordan = Air Jordan, because of his dunking skills
Jennifer Lopez = J.Lo, her name abbreviated
John Wayne = Duke, because as a kid, he always hung out with his dog Duke
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