Lonzo Ball Disses Nas, Says 'Real Hip-Hop Is Migos and Future'

While many people believe that Lavar Ball is the most audacious figure in his family clan, his eldest son, Lonzo, appears ready to usurp his throne. After hip-hop heads drowned Ball in a sea of hate after he chose the 21 Savage album over JAY-Z's latest on Twitter, the Lakers rookie recently unleashed his claws on another New York legend in Nas. 

In a clip from his family's new Facebook show, Ball in the Family, Ball finds himself talking with someone during a break in between takes. With the conversation concentrated on "real hip-hop," the former UCLA star quickly tookshots at Nas.

“Y’all outdated, man. Don’t nobody listen to Nas anymore […] Real hip-hop is MigosFuture," the point guard offered.

In July, Ball was lambasted by social media for saying that 21 Savage's album Issa trumped JAY-Z's 4:44. In an interview with Billboard last month, he clarified his remarks. 

"I like 4:44. It's a good album," said Ball. "JAY-Z's a great, great artist. You know, his work speaks for itself, but if it's my opinion, you know, in today's world, I feel like 21 Savage's [album] is bumping more. So I just play that right now." 

Watch the short clip below. 


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