Quavo, who is a member of Atlanta-based rap group Migos, has a reason why he is not happy with the NBA’s return and explains his dissatisfaction by shared a new tweet.
NBA is back, and the teams are matching each other with scrimmage games. A few days before the official games start, many discussed the virtual fans who placed basketball fans courtside in a virtual experience during live games. Quavo also joined this discussion and shared his thought about the games which adapted to coronavirus pandemic.
The 29-year-old rap star took to Twitter to point out the importance of the real fans in the NBA. He claimed that the NBA is not the same without the fans.
Here’s what he wrote:
“NBA games Are Not The Same To Watch Without fans!!! FANS ARE IMPORTANT!”
Everyone seems unhappy because there are no real fans in NBA matches, but we have to get used to this new reality during the epidemic.
Check out the Twitter post of him below.
NBA games Are Not The Same To Watch Without fans!!! FANS ARE IMPORTANT!
— QuavoYRN (@QuavoStuntin) July 23, 2020