- Multiple-award winning American rapper Kendrick Lamar has shown he is good at playing football
- The rapper, who has been in Ghana for days following the release of his new album Mr Morale and The Big Steppers, was spotted playing football in Jamestown
- He also spent time watching young guys in the Jamestown neighbourhood engaging in boxing activities
Grammy award-winning rapper Kendrick Lamar exhibited the sporting side of his life while in Ghana after he was spotted playing football in Jamestown.
The rapper has been in Ghana the past week following the release of his fourth studio album, Mr Morale and the Big Steppers.
In a video spotted on social media, Kendrick Lamar is seen showing his football skills and he also spent time watching young folks engage in boxing.
A day earlier, the Compton-native spent time at the Freedom Park in Accra skating with a group of skate lovers.
According to reports, the former Top Dawg Entertainment rapper is in the country to shoot a documentary as he tries to connect to his roots.
Kendrick Lamar's new album has received positive reviews globally, with several top stars giving arguably the best rapper of this generation his flowers.
Fans react after seeing Kendrick Lamar play football
Fans of the rapper took to Twitter to share their opinion on seeing him play.
and yet he’s still a better player than mctominay
He making a documentary prolly. still good to see
Mr morale and the mid step overs
Look lyk he might needa get his skills up tho.
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