LeBron James raps ‘Back That Ass Up’

Jan 26, 2014; Miami, FL, USA; Miami Heat small forward LeBron James (6) holds his left shoulder during the first half against the San Antonio Spurs at American Airlines Arena. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Miami Heat guard Shane Battier puts on an annual karaoke event, which he cleverly titled Battioke. It is interesting to see NBA stars come out of their comfort zone to perform songs.

Heat superstar LeBron James went with the classic rap song “Back That Ass Up,” which I think indicates that no kids were in attendance. It has some vulgar lyrics to say the least and is very crude at points, you get to see James say things you thought he’d never say.

Michael Beasley decided to work his way onto the stage to help James out, not that he needed to.

Less notably, James Jones and Norris Cole performed “Holy Grail.”

Greg Oden and Shane Battier perform “I Want it That Way” with a surprise appearance from Mr. Chow, aka Ken Jeong.

Topics: Miami Heat

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