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LA rap legend Ice Cube received his star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame earlier last month and just last December the rapper-turned-actor announced that he was venturing in to the sports world with the formation of his BIG3 basketball league. Over the weekend, Cube’s music and sports world collided at Saturday night’s Chicago Cubs game.
During the 7th-inning stretch at the Wrigley Field stadium, Cube took on the popular baseball tune, “Take Me Out To The Ball Game,” and it’s everything that you’d expect from the once N.W.A. pioneer.
Cube got the entire stadium to sing out along with him during the 0-0 score.
Cube’s BIG3 League, which is a basketball league for retired NBA players, played a game over the weekend in Chicago, which explains why the known LA Lakers and Dodgers fan that Cube is, was even singing at the game.
Checkout the video below:
Today I Even Got To Sing At Wrigley.
I gotta say, it was a good day. pic.twitter.com/voFVXSrZZB
— Rob Friedman (@PitchingNinja) July 22, 2017