Say what you will about Chris Brown, but the dude can sing and dance.
He can also ball.
According to Metta World Peace, he could ball so hard he was good enough for the NBA.
"I thought Chris Brown should have been in the league," the former Ron Artest told Van Latham on his The Red Pill podcast. "Not now. But before, 10 years ago when I was playing with Chris? Yeah, definitely. He was better than a lot of people.
Chris Brown was nice. I'm talking when he was like 18-year old. He was still young—didn't have a shot—but what young player has a shot?" World Peace continued. "I like that he was very smooth...really good penetrator and really aggressive when attacking the basket. I thought he was one of the best ones I've seen."
Metta also signaled out two other rappers who may not have been NBA-worthy, but who were close.
"The Game was good. But The Game didn't have any dribbling skills," Metta explained. "He couldn't create a shot. But he could get it in that block and Game would give you work in that block. You could throw it up anywhere to the Game 10 years ago and he'd catch it backward, do a windmill on a fast break... and Young Buck was a hell of a finisher too. I'm not going to say Young Buck could've made the league but you could throw it anywhere to Young Buck."
Here's some of Breezy doing his thing: