Le’Veon Bell Continues to Rap After Signing to the New York Jets
On Tuesday (April 16) TMZ Sports published a video of the 27-year-old footballer performing at a club in Atlantic City, N.J., this past weekend. Behind a backdrop of NY Jets logs, Bell is spitting braggadocious rhymes from his songs Talk of the Town and "Lotto," while repping his team to the fullest. He even got the crowd to chant “J-E-T-S, Jets, Jets Jets!” along with him.
Bell has been pursuing his rap career for three years. Last March, he dropped a mixtape called Life’s a Gamble. It's clear he's not dropping the mic any time soon.
Although Bell is making some big money in the NFL, his passion has always been rapping and making music.
"To be honest, I’ve been rapping since I was 13 years old. That’s when I recorded my first track," he told XXL in 2016. "But, now that I got a little fanbase and I got a lot of followers, people are actually listening to me. I just didn’t want to limit myself to being on the field. Making music is something I’ve always wanted to do."
You can watch Le'Veon Bell's rap performance at a nightclub in Atlantic City, N.J., below.
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