(AllHipHop News) Maybach Music Group/Washington D.C. bred rapper Wale sat down and debated sports today (April 23rd) on “ESPN First Take.”
Wale, who has made several appearances on “ESPN First Take” in the past, has developed a reputation for having heated debates with the show’s regular cast member, Skip Bayless.
Wale debated a host of issues including Meta World Peace’s (formerly Ron Artest) elbowing of James Harden, the Washington Redskins’ expected draft pick Robert Griffin III, Tim Tebow and the NBA’s MVP.
“Lebron is having the most efficient season in NBA history,” Wale said during his third appearance on “ESPN First Take.”
Wale got so into the debates with Skip Bayless, that he even said that if Tim Tebow started six games for the New York Jets, he would cut his hair.
Wale isnt the only rapper to hit the set of “ESPN First Take,” as Slaughterhouse’s Joe Budden, Nelly, Lil’ Wayne, Common, Bow Wow and LL Cool J have all appeared on the show.