Everyone's Favorite Rapper (In 2001) Made A Little Guest Appearance In A Jeremy Lin Postgame Interview
Raise your hand if you had "the postgame interview of the most prominent Asian player in the NBA" for the next time the world would get a Nelly sighting? Really, no one? Not even you Kelly Rowland? That 'Dilemma' must have really come to fruition if Nelly wouldn't even slide you some inside info on his next public appearance. Anyway, good to see he is alive. I feel like he's one of those entertainers where we wouldn't learn about his passing until he didn't show up at the next celebrity basketball game. When Nelly isn't taking every opportunity to remind people that before he was churning out bangers he was a quite the athletic prospect then you know something is up.
I guess the only question is how many millions did 'Country Grammar' gross, because we haven't seen a true money grab from Nelly yet. I mean, he did have a reality show in 2014 that I was unfortunate enough to catch 45 seconds of, but trust me - there's not a chance in hell that's paying for courtside seats. If I had to guess I would say he's still spending that 'E.I.' money, because the second Nelly is starving for a paycheck we will be making this face as he resorts to becoming the sad old man turning cheap 'True Hollywood' tricks...
He looks pretty happy with a small cameo in a Jeremy Lin interview so apparently 'Hot in Herre' isn't yet applicable to the temperature under his collar. Still, it's a little telling that he needed the platform of a once psuedo-famous basketball player to rekindle whatever is left of his dwindling fame. I guess that whole "Bill Gates, Donald Trump, Let me in now!" line never truly worked out. Probably for the best at this point.
P.S. Black really does not crack.