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Video: Which Kain Celebrity Basketball FaceOff Be Dis??

Mennnnnnh! I was hoping to really enjoy the celebrity basketball faceoff event out of Nigeria. I was looking forward to seeing some real action. I don’t know about this one o, of which IROK TV covered. Clearly it was a party but they could have stepped it up on the actual playing nau.

Kai! See Lynxxx showing off with that American swag on his dunk. He just increased his fan base.

Why is TuFace rebounding with his sunglasses on. Did he play that way too? Lol! This is one heck of a faceff basketball game.

One last thought. You guys there is so much money in Nigeria. Did they just bring that whole pro team for the faceoff event? Unreal. (Is that a local Nigerian B-ball pro team?)

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Cheers! Catch you all during the week. Hope your week is focused, healthy and productive. COMMON LET’S GET IT AML PEOPLE!

-Uduak
@Uduaklaw

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