LSU Star Flau’jae Johnson Raps Live On Stephen A. Smith Show

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NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA – JULY 02: Flau’jae Johnson speaks onstage during day 3 of the 2023 ESSENCE Festival Of Culture™ at Caesars Superdome on July 02, 2023 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Bennett Raglin/Getty Images for ESSENCE)

Flau’jae Johnson, a standout guard for LSU, has embraced her father’s rap legacy, excelling both on the basketball court and in the music industry. Recently, she showcased her rap skills on the Stephen A. Smith Show, marking the first freestyle performance on the program.

The video of her impromptu performance quickly gained traction on social media. Johnson’s commitment to music goes beyond mere hobby; she has secured a distribution deal with Roc Nation, Jay-Z’s company. Her track “Ain’t My Fault” has further solidified her reputation as a talented artist. Despite facing criticism in the past for perceived performance dips attributed to her music pursuits, Johnson remains steadfast in her musical passion.

Tragically, Johnson’s father, known as ‘Camouflage,’ was slain shortly after signing a deal with Universal Music Studio. However, she continues to honor his memory through her raps. Despite setbacks, she remains resilient, balancing her athletic and musical endeavors with determination.

Flau’jae recently announced her participation in the Queens of R&B 30-city tour, organized by Monami Entertainment, confirming the news via social media. Her multifaceted talents and unwavering dedication underscore her status as a rising star in both basketball and the music industry.