Though it’s unclear if Drake’s athletic career ended after the wheelchair incident, he’s remade himself into one of the world’s biggest sports fans. That’s why he’ll host the ESPYs. Video after the jump.
2Chainz and Stephen A. Smith should do a track together. They have speech skills and humor that is unmatched in their respective fields. It would be a history-making moment.
Curtis sits down with Skip and the gang at ESPN’s First Take to touch on a number of subjects, most notably his former Money Team teammate Floyd Mayweather. 50 says he still considers himself friends with “Pretty Boy,” and he admitted the 36-year-old Mayweather ducked Pacquiao due to ego.
50 also briefly spoke on his upcoming Street King Immortal album, which is due out sometime this spring.
Video has surfaced on ESPN showing 2 Chainz (real name Tauheed Epps) playing high school basketball back in 1995. Talk about TRU talent.