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Rasheed Wallace blazes through the “So Gone Challenge”
- Updated: August 23, 2016
Rasheed Wallace is one the best trash talkers to ever play in the NBA, so it’s no surprise to see him take on the “So Gone Challenge” with some bars of his own.
The former 2004 Champion with the Detroit Pistons came out with some rhymes on his upbringing in Philadelphia, the type of role model he is, some awareness for police brutality, the way he gets down with his squad, all while drivng his Chevrolet Camaro “ZL1”.
Sheed isn’t the 1st NBA star to rap to the So Gone Challenge, with Damian Lillard of the Portland Trail Blazers and Dwyane Wade of the Chicago Bulls also bringing their talents to the public.
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Le’Veon Bell of the Pittsburgh Steelers also made the list of athletes to take on the challenge.
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Wallace might be a bit late to the party, but it’s still always a treat to hear him open his mouth; something that helped make him become one of the most recognizable players throughout his time in the pros. In his 16 years in the league, which included 4 All-Star appearances, Sheed left with the most technical fouls of all-time with 317. The originator of the saying “Ball don’t lie,” it’s safe to say neither do his rhymes.
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