Fabolous Maximizes Brooklyn Nets Courtside Seats By Playing Solitaire On His Phone

HipHop News Posted on January 4, 2022 at 3:39pm

Fabolous Maximizes Brooklyn Nets Courtside Seats By Playing Solitaire On His Phone

Fabolous also hung out with former Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown who was also a guest at the Brooklyn Nets game.

Brooklyn, New York – Rappers love taking in a basketball game with their coveted courtside seats. There’s no other feeling watching these athletes compete for hardwood supremacy up close, but not everyone seems to enjoy every minute of a game.

On Monday (January 4), Fabolous was a guest when the Brooklyn Nets took on the Memphis Grizzlies at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Like any other celebrity, the Brooklyn rap star showed out with his green fur coat ensemble, but he was doing something that caught some people off guard.

In one of the clips shared on social media, Fabolous was getting a game of Solitaire in on his phone while the basketball match was going on right in front of him. Fans were confused why Fab would even do that with access to those seats, but he is a celebrity at the end of the day who has attended several games from courtside already.

 

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In another clip, Fab hung out with former Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown, who was also a guest at the Brooklyn Nets game.  The two seemed to be chilling at a restaurant where AB said he’s hanging out “with the flyest in the city.” Brown isn’t a stranger to Hip Hop either as he dropped a single titled “Whole Lotta Money” in January 2020.

The Brooklyn Nets lost to the Memphis Grizzlies 118 to 104, extending their losing streak to two games. Ja Morant led all scorers with 36 points, while All-Star forward Kevin Durant followed right behind him with 26 points.

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