Sheed Says

by | Feb 4, 2007 | 2 comments

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Rasheed Wallace stepped out of the shower area and reset the track on the portable stereo in Detroit’s locker room. Seconds later, he swayed to the booming beat and began to rap.

“Afraid of none of you cowards,” he shouted, spitting out lyrics along with hip hop star Nas.

Wallace might as well have been singing about the Pistons.

2 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    Love it! Good song too.

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  2. Anonymous

    Classic Nas song “Money over BS”, first track off his new album. That’s the track I bump too. C-Webb is a good friend of Nas’he did a track on the album so no suprise.

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