Michael Rapaport has gone on many diatribes against LaVar Ball, Lonzo Ball and the Big Baller Brand, dating back to before the NBA season ever started. When Lonzo first put out a song last year, Rapaport didn't mince words, simply describing it as "garbage."
It should come as no surprise then that Rap had plenty to say about Lonzo's debut album, "Born 2 Ball," which features a track dedicated to his father, LaVar.
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Rapaport goes into detail about Ball's album in the most recent episode the "I Am Rapaport: Stereo Podcast" but he shared a video clip on social media expressing some his main points. For one, he says, "Lonzo Ball's rap CD is everything you'd expect... and less." He goes on to say the album is an insult to trap music and that Lonzo should not get a pass just because he's only 20 years old.
Just for good measure, Rap also took some jabs at Lonzo's jumper (elbow in) and called him out for hosting a $199 autograph signing during the All-Star Weekend.
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Check out some Rapaport's thoughts about "Born 2 Ball" in the IG post below.