Kentucky Wildcats bench makes title rap song (video)

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Athletes continue making rap videos, and the music continues to be unlistenable. When will these crazy kids ever learn? Kids today and their wild be-boppin music.

Kentucky Wildcats reserves Kyle Wiltjer and Jarrod Polson celebrated the Wildcats’ victory over Kansas, giving them the national championship of college basketball by making a rap video celebrating the big win.

The rhythmically challenged duo, which calls itself the “White Boy Academy,” named the song “Final Four Winners.

I’d make more snarky, smart-ass comments, but I’ll just leave that to you.

Enjoy

 

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