If LaVar Ball has any internships available at Big Baller Brand, there’s an eager young professional looking to collaborate.
Cordell Broadus, a former UCLA wide receiver and the son of rapper Snoop Dogg, told TMZ Sports he thinks the Ball family business could learn from his fashion expertise:
“I love the Big Baller Brand, but I think they could use some of my help. I want to help design some stuff for them.”
After signing with UCLA as a four-star recruit in 2015, leaving before the start of the season, re-joining in 2016, and leaving again before the start of that season, he has pursued other interests, including a career in fashion and modeling.
We already know LaVar and Snoop are buddies, so a Broadus-Ball collaboration certainly seems possible.
Big Baller Brand has already released signature shoes for Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball and his younger brother LaMelo, who is still in high school. Considering how poorly Lonzo’s ZO2 shoes sold in their first week, it wouldn’t hurt to have a fashion expert helping out.
We’ll see if this partnership ever materializes, but it’s another great endorsement for Ball. Jay Z recently endorsed Big Baller Brand, and NBA 2K announced it wold include BBB shoes in this year’s game.[TMZ]
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