Lonzo Ball States No One Listens to Nas Anymore & That "Real" Hip-Hop Is Migos & Future

“Y’all outdated.”

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On the premiere episode of Ball in the Family, Lonzo Ball offered his view on rap music noting what he believes is “real” hip-hop. According to the 19-year-old Lakers point guard, no one listens to Nas anymore and Migos and Future are “real” hip-hop. The comments made by Ball are now being picked up by the Internet community, who are roasting the Los Angeles Laker star for his limited idea of music. Additionally, earlier this year Ball took to Twitter to reveal that he thinks 21 Savage’s Issa Album is better than JAY-Z’s 4:44. Take a below what the Internet has to say about Lonzo Ball’s taste in music and let us know what you think.

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