Lil Uzi Vert Crowned A “Rockstar” By Eagles Player A.J. Brown
Lil Uzi Vert is a “rockstar” according to Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver A.J. Brown. Moreover, the player recently spoke on the Raw Room podcast about the time they walked the team out for their NFC Championship Game this year. While many probably remember the Eagles beating the Chiefs and advancing to the Super Bowl, they probably remember their eventual loss at the big game a bit more strongly. Still, Brown recounted the short but comical interaction the two had in the locker room before their championship victory. From what Brown said, Uzi’s not one for watercolor talk.
“That’s a funny dude,” the NFL star said of the Philly rapper. “He cool though. He a funny guy, man. I met him. I’m in the training room right before the game and Uzi come in there, ‘What’s up, A.J.?’ I’m like, ‘What’s up, Uzi?’ He was like, ‘Nothing, I just woke up.’ I’m like, ‘What? Oh word, I heard you been in Paris.’ He was like, ‘I just came from out there, you going out there anytime soon? I’m like, ‘Probably after the season.’ I’m just trying to create convo. He really just cut the whole end of the conversation, he went like, ‘Well, good talking to you, A.J.’ and walked out. He walking through the walking room and he like this tall.”
A.J. Brown Calls Uzi A “Rockstar”
Furthermore, Brown defended the “Sauce It Up” artist’s energy above all. “He got the players turned up though, he cool though. He’s a rockstar, he get the city turnt.” Their hit track “Just Wanna Rock” is recognized as a new Philly anthem, especially for the Eagles. However, many recently debated over whether it overtook Meek Mill’s “Dreams and Nightmares” as the new song of the city. Moreover, DJ Drama sparked that debate when he proclaimed his Generation Now artist to have bested Meek’s previous iconic track.
Still, Uzi didn’t agree with one surpassing the other, and if so, they said it’s not their track. “I don’t think so,” he responded to Revolt TV‘s inquiry. “That song like been around for a very long time, and that song is still hitting exactly the same way. I’m just gonna have to see, you know, in a couple of years or a decade or whatever. [Meek]’s a big Homie from Philly, and that’s like one of my big homies. So I just like feed off the energy that he gives actually to be able to even produce or put out that type of music. So like, hopefully, like s**t, hopefully. [Meek] would hope that for me too. Not yet though, it’s too early to tell.” Regardless of your take on that, come back to HNHH for the latest news and updates on Lil Uzi Vert.