Last month, NBA All-Star weekend was in full effect in Atlanta as there were plenty of events that clubs set up with artists all over the city. One that was streamed was Bleacher Report’s Open Run celebrity game. This featured rappers Quavo, Lil Baby, 2 Chainz, and Jack Harlow. Harlow and 2 Chainz were teammates as they dominated Quavo and Lil Baby. This was due to Quavo playing like an MVP with 17 points and 14 rebounds Harlow also donated the winning $500,000 to Kentucky HBCUs, Kentucky State University, and Simmons College.
Baby Wants A Rematch After Disappointing Loss To Quavo And Jack Harlow
Lil Baby didn’t look great at all on the court then and even struggled to get the right warm-ups in such as stretching. Jack Harlow had to point the Atlanta rapper in the right direction for those stretches. Now, Baby wants to train a bit more and set up this rematch vs Harlow and Quavo. He took to his Instagram stories to say “Give me three months I’m setting one of these up!! Y’all got me f*cced up.”
Baby Clowned For His Lack Of Basketball Skills
As evident, Baby did not have a good game vs Harlow and Quavo. A lot of his shots weren’t set up well at all as many on social media believed that basketball isn’t his thing at all. Here, this seems to be the same feeling by fans. Baby has three months to train and he will definitely need to train as Harlow and Quavo came out with the blowout win in Atlanta. It’ll also be interesting to see if fans would be allowed at this event this time.
2 Chainz Had Another Successful Album Last Fall
Baby‘s teammate, 2 Chainz, had plenty of basketball experience as he used to play at Alabama State back in the day. He also put out his sixth studio album, “So Help Me God!” last November. This project was led by the hit singles “Quarantine Thick” feat. Mulatto and “Money Maker” feat. Lil Wayne. “So Help Me God!” went on to debut at No. 15 on the Billboard 200 chart and was approved of heavily by hip-hop fans on social media.
Jack Harlow Is Set To Perform On ‘Saturday Night Live’ This Month
Jack Harlow has also emerged as one of hip-hop’s biggest breakout stars over the past year. That started with his “What’s Poppin” single last year which also earned a remix that included Tory Lanez, DaBaby, and Lil Wayne. Harlow also released his debut studio album, That’s What They All Say,” in December. That project debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard 200 chart. He will also be performing on “Saturday Night Live” coming up on March 26. That week will be hosted by Maya Rudolph.