Le’Veon Bell’s Newest Freestyle Proves He Shouldn’t Be Allowed To Rap Ever Again

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Le’Veon Bell was supposed to make almost $15 million last season but he dealt both the Steelers and fantasy football owners a major blow by deciding to sit out the entire year after the team refused to meet his demands for a new contract.

Bell had plenty of free time on his hands as the result of his holdout and put his hiatus to very good use by repeatedly rustling jimmies with some passive aggressive tweets and angling for more money while balling out in Miami.

Must be nice.

Bell might be best known for his talents on the football field, but if he had it his way, that’s not the only thing he’d be recognized for.

In 2017, he hopped aboard the SoundCloud rap bandwagon by releasing an album under the name “Juice,” and during his visit to South Beach, he fired some shots at the Steelers by debuting the appropriately titled EP My Side of Things. 

After dropping yet another album in March, Bell decided to release some new music a couple of weeks ago and everyone—including Keenan Allen—had a field day after he asked for some feedback.

To say that effort wasn’t exactly well-received would be an understatement but it appears Bell didn’t let the haters get to him, as he was recently captured showcasing his freestyle, um, “skills.”

The verdict? Not great, Bob!

I’m normally against telling athletes to stick to sports but I think it might be warranted in this situation.

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Connor Toole is the Deputy Editor at BroBible. He is a New England native who went to Boston College and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. Frequently described as "freakishly tall," he once used his 6'10" frame to sneak in the NBA Draft and convince people he was a member of the Utah Jazz.