We all know Johnny Manziel likes to keep the company of his rapper friends but imagine him bringing his former Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin along. According to Stalley, the two actually turned up with him and Rick Ross during one of his parties in Miami.
As reported by Complex, Stalley made an appearance on ESPN's Highly Questionable and dished on Johnny Football and Sumlin showing up to a party that Ross threw late last college football season.
The Ohio rapper rated the party was a "15" on the 1 to 10 scale and that Sumlin was "pretty much the life of the party." Imagine that. Sumlin is also a big fan of MMG, according to Stalley.
Check out a clip from the interview after the jump.
Last month, Texas A&M made headlines with ties to rapper Bun B. Apparently, starting quarterback Kenny Hill made quite an impression in his first career start and fans immediately dubbed him "Kenny Football" as a play on the nickname given to former Aggie star and current NFL quarterback Manziel.
But Hill had something else in mind. While talking with ESPN, he revealed that he's been playing with the idea of different nicknames. "I heard there's Kenny Trill, Kenny Thrill, King of the Hill, Kenny Football, Kenny Chill, Kenny Touchdown," Hill said, according to XXL. "I mean, there's too many of them."
He's sold on "Kenny Trill." "I like that one," he said. "That one's cool."
Bun B, who is credited with creating the term, took to Twitter to give his take and he says Hill shouldn't jump the gun.
"Like the idea of "Kenny Trill" but I think @coachsumlin would agree one good game alone doesn't make you trill. He's on his way though!"
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