Serena Williams, tennis star, rap and acting amateur releases a snippet to TMZ of her debut rap song, “I Win.” On a quest to become the next athlete turned rapper, the 30-year old tennis superstar gets lost along the way.
From the elementary rhymes, to the fairy tale lyrics, to the video game music, you would think she was making a youth sports fight song. Ms. Williams should stick to her day job and quit while she’s already behind, she will not be trading in her racquet, this is merely a cry for attention.
“That’s me, thanks for listenin’/schooling all these rappers, they should pay tuition/ I make a lot of money but that ain’t yo business/you can tell the people I said this.”
“I win I really mean it/swag out this world you should call me Venus.”
Who is listening to her? Who is she schooling? What swag?
Stop gassin’ this girl she needs to pump her brakes and come to a complete stop. Unless she’s gonna drop some bars about Drizzy or Common, this shit gets no play. Put the microphone down fast, go to tennis practice.