Los Angeles, CA – Chris Brown is about to “go crazy” on the court in the new season of the REVOLT TV-hosted celebrity Hip Hop basketball tournament, The Crew League.

Swae Lee, Russ, Jack Harlow & More Basketball Skills To Be Showcased On Diddy’s REVOLT ‘The Crew League’ Series

In a series of Instagram posts on Wednesday (May 5), The Crew League combined Chris Brown’s birthday wishes along with the announcement of his team’s entry into the competition, complimented by an impressive highlight reel featuring some of the multi-platinum singer’s array of ankle-breaking moves.

“Happy birthday @chrisbrownofficial! Welcome to Season 2 The Crew League,” the caption read in the hoop mixtape post followed by a graphic, “Season 2 is about to Go Crazy! @chrisbrownofficial x Tuff Crowd.”

 

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After originally debuting on TikTok as a live event last in November 2020, Diddy’s REVOLT TV began airing season one of The Crew League Hip Hop basketball tournament featuring rap stars such Lil Durk, Trippie Redd, G Herbo, and many others back in February.

Season one of The Crew League was fairly eventful and highlighted Swae Lee’s “Firefighters” squad championship-winning campaign and multiple heated on-court confrontations like the brawl between Jack Harlow and Russ’ teams.

Along with the announcement of Chris Brown’s “Tuff Crowd” squad, crews listed for competition in season two of The Crew League include Bobby Shmurda and Rowdy Rebel’s “Shhh Gang” and “The Tycoon’s” led by Bay Area rapper G-Eazy.

 

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Chris Brown is no stranger to celebrity basketball competition — if anything he is a basically a pro-am all-star within the celeb basketball tournament circuit. In fact, Breezy isn’t impressed with the rapper-hoopers that have risen in his shadow and actually called out purported Hip Hop MVP Quavo after a championship-winning performance in an All-Star weekend tournament against Lil Baby and 2 Chainz.

“They knew who not to ask for on that 2 on 2 basketball,” he wrote. “I would’ve cooked Quavo and Jack! On my soul! Guess they wanted a smoke free zone.”

The Grammy Award-winning singer also has the support of several reputable sources who vouch for his hoop skills, such as former National Basketball Association (NBA) star Metta World Peace.

In August 2019, Metta World Peace spoke on Van Lathan’s podcast The Red Pill and said he thought Brown was talented enough to make it to the NBA.

Swae Lee, Russ, Jack Harlow & More Basketball Skills To Be Showcased On Diddy’s REVOLT ‘The Crew League’ Series

Watch The Crew League season one finale featuring a bout between Swae Lee’s “Firefighters” squad and Russ’ “Team Diemon” crew below.