Rapper J Cole is proactively proactively training to pursue a career in the NBA.
The Detroit Pistons are being dynamic in leaving no stone unturned everyone was aware that the new general manager Troy Weaver would need to refurbish the Detroit Pistons to fix this inapt roster.
According to TMZ Sports, the best current rapper in the game has been proactively training to pursue an NBA career. As per rapper Master P who went on record saying J.cole is one of the best the rapper in the game.
In 90’s Master P, who had two separate NBA contracts with Charlotte Hornets and Toronto Raptors, says North Carolina Icon visited him to seek his advice and is very serious about playing in the NBA.
Meanwhile, the Pistons are getting ready to rebuild their position and with only Christian Woods, Sekou Doumbouya, and maybe Luke Kennard appear like long-running pieces, it was a delightful surprise when the team approached Cole on Twitter.
While referencing Dreamville, J. Cole’s foundation and record company, the pistons have included the rappers song ‘Friends’ which is from the album KOD, as a reference to his songs, where the lyrics say, “EVERY BLACK BOY WANNA BE PIPPEN, but they only got 12 slots on the pistons.”
.@JColeNC we see you out here. You said they only got 12 slots on the Pistons.
— Detroit Pistons (@DetroitPistons) August 4, 2020
As the Pistons are not quite amicable as Cole’s native Charlotte Hornet, this is a very good use of Twitter. At the minimum, this is the positive sign for a franchise that was in immediate need of it. In wake of the news, Cole wants an NBA tryout even if they are not serious about giving Cole a tryout are simply turning a relevant song into a great tweet, this could serve as an attempt of excitement for the fanbase.
J. Cole before shifting towards a rap career, he was a star basketball player in his high school and also tried his hand for St. John’s during his college time, he is still believed to be a promising player as what we have seen from his performances at NBA celebrity games, who would it hurt to give him a chance to prove what he’s got.