The Migos are expanding their résumé. The Atlanta hip-hop trio has made their WWE debut in style.
The group’s frontman Quavo recently lent his voice to hyping up the wrestling league’s first Pay-Per-View event of 2022. “This right here is Day 1. A new year, a new opportunity,” Quavo says in a trailer. “And what you do tonight – in my city of Atlanta, in front of all these people – becomes the blueprint for your tomorrow.”
The event went down on New Year’s Day at Atlanta’s State Farm Arena, where a rematch between WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar went down. All members of the group were brought out at the face-off to get things even more hype, also performing in the ring.
This isn’t the first time the group has been involved in sports. Quavo is no stranger to the NBA Celebrity All-Star Game and has pulled up to World Series games. Perhaps one day they’ll actually get in the ring and get some wrestling going!
Until the next time it drips…
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