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LSU guard Flau’Jae Johnson went from scoring buckets to dropping bars after the Tigers’ national championship win on Sunday … leading the team’s celebration by performing her very own rap song!!
TMZ Sports has learned … the freshman baller took over the mic at the Westin Hotel conference room in Dallas after the Tigers whooped the Iowa Hawkeyes, 102-85 — and it was a party for the ages.
You can see Johnson — who scored 10 points in the championship game — on stage with her teammates, reciting the lyrics to her “BIG 4” track that dropped just a few months ago.
“Are you gonna rap or be an athlete? If I’m still doing both why you asking me?” Johnson fittingly says in the song.
The 19-year-old also mentions her PUMA deal … saying, “Do it, I run it up, feel like the renegade. I got a PUMA deal, I don’t get into Js.”
Johnson takes her rap career just as seriously as basketball … in fact, the 4-star recruit out of Georgia announced her commitment to LSU with a song titled “All Falls Down,” which features Lil’ Boosie.
On top of that, she’s also signed to Roc Nation!!
Her father, Jason Johnson — AKA “Camoflauge” — was also a rapper out of Georgia. He was killed before she was born.
When it comes to hoops, Johnson is a problem … this season, she averaged 10 points, 5.9 rebounds, and 1.9 assists per game and was named the SEC Freshman of the Year.
Encore performance at the championship parade on Wednesday??