Lil B has taken to heart comments made by NBA rookie sensation Lonzo Ball, who is facing criticism for denouncing Nasâ€™ status in hip-hop.
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Seen in the premiere episode of Ball in the Family, a documentary-style series highlighting Lonzo, his equally talented brothers andÂ controversial dad Lavar Ball, the 19-year-old quipped about the Queens legend, calling him outdated and acts like Future and Migos â€œreal hip hop.â€� Ballâ€™s comments have continued the conversation about the genreâ€™s generational gap and issue of respect when it comes to veteran acts.
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On Saturday (Sept. 2), Lil B caught wind of the clip and shared a warned the rookie to put some respect on Nasirâ€™s name. â€œLonzo ball is a few seconds away from being cursed his rookie year on the lakers,â€� he tweeted after initially mistaking Lonzo for his dad Lavar. â€œNas is hip hop and always relevant, watch ur team â€“ Lil B.â€�
On a comeback of sorts with his newest release Black Ken, the rapper continued to defend Nas while slamming the Lakers.
Fans of the point guard begged the BasedGod to spare Lonzo, with his younger brother LaMelo Ball sharing his appreciation for the â€œGlobalâ€� artist.
As we all know, the rapper has left impressions with his â€œcurses.â€� In the past, Lil B targeted Kevin Durant and James Harden for allegedly stealing his â€œcooking dance.â€�
In addition to catching heat from the BasedGod, Lonzo is now the subject of Michael Rapportâ€™s rants.
As we all wait to see what happens, streamÂ Lil Bâ€™s Black Ken project below.
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