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So, not only did Ice Cube’s latest film “Straight out of Compton” just hit the theaters, but now he’s he’s adding critiquing some supposed rap careers.
Yup, some of professional sports people have dropped their own rhymes and recorded their own music.
Here is what ESPN tweeted from what Cube said about Kobe Bryant’s rap, “It’s dope, but it sounds like he’s reading his rhymes.”

Kobe wasn’t the only pro that Cube critique, he also heard Iman Shumpert who he said wasn’t so bad. Shumpert did a few raps, he did “Knicks Anthem” and “Dear Kendrick” that was done to respond to Kendrick Lamar’s verse in the song “Control”
Here is a list of the other pros that Cube heard from too:
Soccer’s Clint Dempsey, NBA’s Damon Lillard, NFL’s Jim McMahon and Deion Sanders and Tennis’ Serena Williams.
Lastly, Cube heard John Cena’s rap… everyone should know by now that John Cena’s rap skills are tight, he’s legit.
Here is a recent rap battle that Cena did between Michael Strahan while Cena was on Live with Kelly and Michael.
Strahan put him to the challenge and Cena delivered! The battle ended with Kelly doing her thing, with her wittiness
Also, don’t forget when we heard Cena rap when he did a rap battle with J Mac live in the studio back in 2008.
Check out that infamous rap battle J Mac did with Cena.

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