Former North Carolina point guard Larry Drew has hit a rough patch in his life. Since he quit the Tar Heels team in February, they went on to eight of nine games and lock down the ACC regular season championship. Then, he decided to spit a rap at his 21st birthday bash — one that may be the worst we’ve heard since Martellus Bennett gave it a go a couple years back. The only thing worse than making a fool of yourself trying to freestyle is doing so with no beats, no interest from the crowd, and using the “woe is me” card about your sad playing career. He covered all of that, as you can see in the Larry Drew rap video (courtesy of TwitVid user DaveEmoney):
In case you couldn’t make out what he was saying because the crowd was chatting amongst themselves, Sporting News highlighted a couple of the rhymes he laid down.
“Everything that I’m hearing is untrue. The media, they’ll talk, but they’ll never confront you.”
“The past three years, I can’t let loose. I’m not making all of the moves that I want to.”
“They tried to tell me just to play my role, but who’s going to stick to a script that’s got typos?”
Poor form, Larry. Poor form. I’m truly sorry you have to share a name with this guy, L.B.Google+
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