2 Chainz isn’t too pleased with the NBA.
The 6’5” rapper, known for hits like “It’s a Vibe” and “Mercy,” vented on Instagram Wednesday about not being tapped for this year’s NBA All-Star Celebrity Game.
“Hey @NBA you have never reached out to me to play and to clear some things up because it feels like I’ve been gettin’ s–tted on by the league since 2013 when someone in my camp apparently called a woman out of her name,”he explained.
2 Chainz, 41, also apologized for the guy’s behavior.
“I’m one of the @NBA’s biggest supporters and barely get ‘courtside’ tix every All Star it’s something,” he added. “There I had to vent I’m over it.”
2 Chainz, born Tauheed Epps, is a former basketball star himself.
According to Mid-Major Madness, his college coach compared him to NBA legend George Gervin.
The rapper rotated between point guard, shooting guard and small forward during his college career.
This year’s game will features stars like Terrence J, JB Smoove, Bad Bunny, Quavo and Dr. Oz.
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