The Breakfast Club is back with another dope interview and this time they bring Juicy J on the show to talk about his new album, scholarship, WorldStar, Twerking, and much more. Watch the entire interview below…
Seems like UCLA is really hitting up the hip-hop industry for their future players. As you may already know Diddy’s son Justin Combs committed there not too long ago and now Snoop Dogg’s son Cordell Boradus just received his first offer from UCLA. He is only a sophomore in high school but this could mean they will play together one day. Hopefully Snoop’s boy doesn’t get as much criticism as Diddy’s.
As you’ve heard before from us, a lot of people are upset that Diddy’s son Justin Combs is getting a scholarship from UCLA because he’s so rich already. Well it’s his dad that’s rich not him and UCLA just stepped up and is defending Justin from the pubic ridicule.
“Unlike need-based scholarships, athletic scholarships are awarded to students strictly on the basis of their athletic and academic ability, not their financial need,” UCLA said in a statement. “Athletic scholarships, such as those awarded to football or basketball players, do not rely on state funds. Instead, these scholarships are entirely funded through UCLA Athletics ticket sales, corporate partnerships, media contracts, and private donations from supporters.”
Diddy’s son Justin Combs just recently got accepted to UCLA on a full ride scholarship for a 3.7 GPA and athletics. Most would think that he deserves the scholarship because of all that he’s done but a lot of people are upset because of who his father is. If the kid worked hard in school and sports he should get a scholarship, even if his dad is a Bugatti and Ciroc boy. Here’s some news coverage about the issue.