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WATCH: Lamar Jackson Gives a Cameo in Rapper Friend Kodak Black’s New Music Video

Published 05/24/2022, 7:17 PM EDT

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QB Lamar Jackson recently appeared in the music video of his childhood friend Kodak Black. The Baltimore Ravens QB appeared in the official MV for the rap song, “Bounty” by Loe Shimmy, featuring Kodak Black.

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This marks Jackson’s first foray into the entertainment industry. In the released video, Loe has paid homage to the QB by showing the 25-year-old MVP’s signal-callers helmets and framed jerseys. We also see Jackson, with Kodak in a hotel room, wearing gold chains and an all-black outfit.

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Jackson was hyped about his appearance in the MV. He shared it on his IG and mentioned, “Motion Boyz 🚀🚀”. 

The appearance was certainly even more special as Kodak and Jackson have been friends from childhood, growing up in Pompano Beach, Florida, and attending the same elementary school together. Kodak has also attended various Ravens games.

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In fact, the bond between the two friends is close enough for the rapper to be allowed into the Ravens’ locker room for pictures. He even gave Jackson his “1800” chain.

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In the 2019 season, Black even stopped Jackson when the QB was leaving the field after the match against the Cleveland Browns and bumped his fist with him.

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Lamar Jackson the MVP

Lamar Jackson is one of the best young quarterbacks in the NFL currently. With the ability to pass the ball while running it, he is a double threat to opposition defenses.

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The Ravens selected Jackson as the final first-round pick of the 2018 NFL Draft. Jackson became the Ravens’ starting quarterback in his rookie season and clinched a division title with the team. He also became the youngest NFL quarterback to start a playoff game at age 21. He also became the second unanimous Most Valuable Player (MVP) to win the award.

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Prithwiraj Gupta is an NFL author at EssentiallySports. He has completed his Master's in History from Pune University. The contact aspect of the NFL made him interested in the sport.
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