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LSU’s Flau'jae teases Lil Wayne & potential DJ Khaled collaboration

A potential song with Lil Wayne is reportedly in the works, If that wasn’t enough, another musical giant also offered his services — teased a DJ Khaled collaboration.

Tigers guard says forthcoming music collaboration with DJ Khaled & Lil Wayne on the way

LSU freshman is ending this basketball season with a national championship and the feature of her dreams.

Before her basketball career, she appeared in the Jermaine Dupri (Lifetime reality show — The Rap Game), when she was just 12, and made it to the quarterfinals of America’s Got Talent at 14.

As previously reported, Flau'jae and Lil Wayne is plotting a collaboration with Louisiana State University (LSU) women's basketball Star Flau'jae Johnson — and may be a feature with DJ Khaled.

Flau'jae Johnson, the LSU women's basketball guard and rapper who is signed with Jay-Z's record label Roc Nation, teased on Instagram on Monday (April 10), an upcoming song collaboration with Grammy Award-winning music mogul and record producer, DJ Khaled.

“Wow, God Doing His Big One...” Johnson wrote. “Flaujae X @djkhaled coming soon.”

The Hollygrove rap icon was shown a clip of the 19-year-old college baller spitting some bars, as well as LSU coach Kim Mulkey singing George Strait’s 1987 country hit “All My Ex’s Live in Texas.”

“First of all, Flau’jae, shout out to her pops. Flau’jae’s flow game is bananas, crazy,” Wayne said, before adding: “Actually, me and Flau’jae, we’ve spoken. We’re about to connect musically soon, so look out for that.


“Shout out to Miss Kim, too. Miss Kim told me like, ‘You must. You must do something with my girl Flau’jae.’ I said, ‘Say less.'”

Johnson — who recently helped the LSU Tigers win their first NCAA national championship — certainly appears excited by the prospect of working with Weezy.

“Imagine Winning A National Championship Your FRESHMAN Year! Then Getting A Lil Wayne Feature Right After ??!” she tweeted on Tuesday (April 4). “What is life.”

The Baton Rouge native NBA YoungBoy also wants in on potential collaboration as well.

“And just let me do the humming,” YB wrote in response to Angel Reese’s tweet.


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