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Deion Campbell better known online as King Legend 757, Founder of King Legend Talks LLC

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Deion Campbell

Deion Campbell is a recent Covid-19 survivor, born and raised in Hampton, VA. He survived a total of twelve days on a ventilator and 40 days in the hospital/rehab. He is best known as @Kinglegend757 on social media. He was originally a professional photographer and author. His latest book was titled, “Ventilator: A Covid-19 Survivor Story.” Since going through the recovery process having Covid-19, his photography career had to be put on pause due to nerve damage that developed in his right arm. Campbell is now the host of his own podcast titled, “King Legend Talks.”

Deion Campbell

Deion Campbell is currently Married and has a baby girl on the way. Expected to be delivered in July 2021. He also has a pet dog named Ricco Bentley Campbell and lives currently lives in Hampton, Virginia. His favorite thing to do in his free time is play Call of Duty Warzone with his friends and make new content on Instagram. He is also a student at Southern New Hampshire University and working on his bachelor’s degree in Communications. Campbell is also working on a new book series and his current goal is to get his podcast King Legend Talks nominated for an award at the iHeartRadio Podcast Awards.

Deion Campbell

On October 28, 1993, Deion Campbell was born in Hampton, Virginia. It was as a professional photographer for his brand King Legend Photography that Deion Campbell began his professional career. He photographed everything from weddings to parties to concerts. When he left town, his name would spread. At some point, he’d gain notoriety beyond his hometown and start exhibiting around the country and the world. Some notable stops along the way: Las Vegas; Mexico; Miami; Philadelphia; Baltimore; North Carolina; Atlanta; The Bahamas; and many more.
While fighting for his life in the hospital in March of 2020, Deion Campbell contracted Covid-19 and developed life-threatening symptoms such as double pneumonia. Campbell recovered from the virus despite being hospitalized for over 40 days and undergoing rehab. It was a difficult decision for Campbell to put down her camera after her battle with Covid-19 left her with nerve damage in her right arm. At this point in time, King Legend Photography is no longer taking photos or videos. If anything, Campbell’s experience with Covid-19 has pushed him in a new direction professionally rather than away from photography. To cope with his nerve damage, Campbell underwent physical therapy and wrote a book called “Ventilator” about his experiences with Covid-19. He also started a podcast called King Legend Talks.


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