Don’t sleep on Drake‘s capability on the basketball court … ’cause the hip hop super star can flat out hoop, so states Dribble2Much, Drizzy’s long time fitness instructor.
TMZ Sports just recently talked with Dribble2Much — AKA Johnny Stephene — and we asked him, who is the very best hooping rap artist.
“Big shoutout to my boy Drake right now because listen, me and Drake have been working for several years. We’re good friends, first of all, and he really loves basketball. He loves the game. The fact that he loves the game and so passionate about getting better at something that he loves, put us on the same level as far as mentality-wise.”
Drake wasn’t constantly considered as a great gamer. In truth, he was routinely clowned on social networks in the past for his viewed absence of capability on the court.
But, Johnny states there’s been a substantial enhancement.
“Listen, he’s not that Drake from five years ago my man. He’s got way better, man. I’m excited just because it’s healthy for him to be playing and just being happy doing what he loves. That’s dope.”
His most significant strength?
“Shooting the ball.”
Check out the complete interview with Dribble2Much … we spoke about his blossoming music profession (he’s been on tracks with Travis Scott and Trippie Redd). Johnny just recently launched a brand-new single, “Coach Rappin” … and will quickly drop an album that includes a collab with Damian Lillard.