It’s been a month since the LSU women’s basketball team won the national championship, and one of its stars already says that a repeat is more than possible.
Not such a bold prediction after two-time first-team All-ACC selection Hailey Van Lith announced her decision to transfer to Baton Rouge from Louisville.
Freshman star Flau’jae Johnson, who is also a rapper, dropped a new song Tuesday, more than a month after LSU was crowned national champion in women’s college basketball.
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He did a remix of Latto’s «Put It on Da Floor.»
The song made reference to the terrorist attacks of September 11 in New York.
“In this 911 fuming like those towers,” he says in a pun on a Porsche motor vehicle.
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Johnson also yelled at Van Lith on the song.
«You can’t buy respect, it’s not that cheap. I’ve got to eat, I can’t sweat, review that chef like he’s Keith. We’ve got Van Lith, that’s what I stress if you suggest we can’t repeat.» Johnson rapped.
However, the video was later removed after being picked up on Twitter. is still in some youtube channels
«We spoke with Flau’jae tonight, and while he never intended to offend or upset anyone with his lyrics, he expressed sincere remorse for any chance of a misunderstanding and immediately deleted the video. We will learn and grow together from this experience. ,” LSU told Fox News Digital/OutKick in a statement Tuesday night.
Van Lith averaged a career-high 19.7 points per game during the 2022-23 season.
Johnson has taken music seriously from a very young age: the daughter of the late rapper Camouflauge, who died six months before her birth, is signed to Roc Nation.
At 13, he appeared on «The Rap Game» and at 14, he received a gold buzzer when he tried out for «America’s Got Talent.» In the new rap, he yelled out at AGT judge Simon Cowell.
Johnson also returned for AGT All-Stars this year.
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Johnson averaged 11 points and 5.9 rebounds per game last season.