Rappers 2 Chainz, Lil Baby, Quavo and Jack Harlow have played a charity 2v2 basketball game, supporting HBCUs.
Watch 2 Chainz, Lil Baby, Quavo and Jack Harlow compete in charity basketball game The winning team received a cash donation to their chosen Historically Black College or University By Debbie Carr 8th March 2021 2 Chainz, Lil Baby, Quavo and Jack Harlow. Credit (L-R): Prince Williams/WireImage, Prince Williams/Wireimage, Prince Williams/Wireimage, Rich Fury/Getty Images for MTV. Sports media outlet Bleacher Report has hosted two charity basketball games over the weekend featuring prominent hip-hop artists and social media stars, in support of the NBAs All-Star Sunday (March 7). One of the events the B/R Open Run took place yesterday and saw 2 Chainzand Lil Babytake on Quavoand Jack Harlowin a two-on-two game of ball. Open Run aims to raise awareness and rally support via donations for some of Americas Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). The rules were simple, first to 21 wins, with prize money heading towards the winners chosen HBCU. Quavo chose Clark Atlanta University, Harlow named Simmons College of Kentucky State and Lil Baby went with Morehouse College and Spelman College. 2 Chainz unsurprisingly selected Alabama State University, where he played Division 1 basketball prior to his music career. Advertisement Watch the game in full below. .