Does Reggie Bullock Have A Brother? His Two Sisters Tragic Death

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The NBA player’s two close-to-heart siblings, Keiosha & Reggie Bullock brother, Mia, were murdered due to the hate crime.

The two sisters of Reggie, Mia Henderson, who transitioned into a woman, and Keiosha Moore, were shot and stabbed.

After this, the small forward rose to activism and advocacy for LGBTQ+ rights.

Reggie Bullock, A Professional NBA Player
Reggie Bullock, A Professional NBA Player (Source: FOX Sports)

The annual award recognized Dallas’ Reggie for his social justice and equality fight, therefore, honored him with the 2022 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Social Justice Champion.

The small forward has achieved a lot in his NBA career since his 2013 NBA Draft by the Los Angeles Clippers.

For the 2022-2023 season, Bullock alternated between a starting and a bench role, with the season averaging 7.2 points and 3.6 rebounds across 78 appearances (55 starts).

Although, the Mavericks, who finished with 38-44, couldn’t clinch off to the 2023 NBA playoffs.

Reggie Bullock Brother: Trans Transition & Sister

Bullock was born in Baltimore, Maryland, U.S., to his parents, Reggie Bullock Sr. and Danielle Long.

He grew up with his two siblings, Mia Henderson and Kiosha Moore. Among them, Mia transitioned into a woman.

Reggie Bullock brother was initially named Kevin Long but changed their name to Mia Henderson.

Sadly, at age 26, somebody stabbed Mia in an alley in Baltimore, Maryland 2014.

Reggie & His Two Sisters (Keiosha & Mia)
Reggie & His Two Sisters (Keiosha & Mia) (Source: Los Angeles Times)

In 2015, investigators made an arrest, but the suspect was ultimately acquitted during the trial, leaving the case unresolved.

Wounds of Reggie Bullock were still fresh when another devastating tragedy unexpectedly knocked on his door.

The news broke about his other sister Keiosha Moore being murdered on October 29, 2019, in Baltimore.

The violence in Baltimore resulted in the death of 22-year-old Reggie’s younger sister, Keiosha.

A civilian brought her to the Sinai Hospital in Baltimore just before 8 pm. Afterward, the Police announced her death at the hospital.

Reggie Bullock, An Activist, And Advocate For LGBTQ+ Rights

After the emotionally inevitable atrocities on Reggie, he worked for the inclusivity of the LGBTQ movement.

Which included his participation in the NYC Pride March, the GLAAD Media Awards, and NBA events for LGBTQ youth and allies.

He was even part of the HUDDLE series to uplift the Trans community’s courageous conversation, working to support and protect LGBTQ individuals and create opportunities for allyship.

Reggie Bullock During LGBTQ Parade
Reggie Bullock During LGBTQ Parade (Source: Detroit Free Press)

In addition, he started his charitable organization, RemarkaBULL, to provide house and support for the LGBTQ+ community.

Not only that, Reggie wrote an open letter to the NCAA protesting against the signed law of Idaho’s House Bill 500 by the state’s governor, Brad Little, in March of 2020.

The law barred transgender females from competing in interscholastic sports for girls and women at public schools, state colleges, and universities.

Vandana Thapa
Vandana Thapa
Vandana is one of our observant and appreciative writers, an avid reader with a passion for sports, whether from F1 to Lacrosse. Our work gives a two-way growth to the readers as well as the writer and a tour of the sports world.

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