Damian Lillard’s New Freestyle Rap on Drake’s ‘Evil Ways’ Dazzles Everyone: “Married to the Game, I Had to Leave the Bride”

Damian Lillard, Drake’s ‘Evil Ways'Damian Lillard (Image source X)

During the Eastern Conference round 1 series of the playoffs, Damian Lillard and the Milwaukee Bucks’s dream of winning the championship this year was shattered by the Indiana Pacers. After being eliminated, Lillard had more free time. He recently freestyled to Drake’s ‘Evil Ways.’

Lillard was featured rapping in a recent video posted on X (formerly known as Twitter) by 2cool2blog. The video showcases the musical talents of the Bucks player.

“This how greet the stage, my genesis was rising out the streets of rage, now my bank account amount like every week a raise, Wanna wear my shoes but don’t know what my sneaker weighs, Life in Shambles… but I’m keeping stride… Married to the game, I had to leave the bride…Find it hard to choose peace, when you and me collide….All these Ni**as say they him well him wish he was I.” Some lyrics of Lillard’s freestyle rap.

Despite the loss, Damian Lillard had a good average this year

Damian Lillard, the former point guard for the Portland Trail Blazers, now plays for the Milwaukee Bucks. He has had an impressive 12-season NBA career, although he has never won a championship. Despite this, Lillard has achieved significant milestones throughout his career. In the most recent season, Lillard averaged 24.3 points, 7.0 assists, and 4.4 rebounds in 73 games.

Recently, Damian Lillard stirred up some controversy by making bold statements about the greatest shooter in NBA history. Lillard shared a post on his Instagram story asking, “Can we all agree that these are the four greatest shooters in NBA history?” The post included photos of Ray Allen, Stephen Curry, Reggie Miller, and Lillard himself. Despite being a skilled long-range shooter, he has not been able to achieve the same level of success as the other players mentioned.


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