LSU Apologizes For Flau'jae Johnson Lyrics

LSU has officially issued a statement apologizing for lyrics by one of their star players. Flau'jae Johnson is a beast on the court and in the studio. music runs deep in her family, with her dad being a rapper as well.

Flau'jae is signed to Roc Nation with artist reaching out to her from all over. Lil Wayne did not hesitate to let the NCAA women's basketball champion know he looks forward to working with her in the future. As most are still celebrating her accomplishments a few fans are a little confused by her lyrics on a new track.

The young baller raps over Lotto's "Put It On The Floor. With lyrics rapping.."In this 911 blowing smoke just like those towers."

Though the young rapper may not have meant to offend anyone with her lyrics backlash was still heard. The terrorist attack on America with survivors and family members of the deceased living it could come across as a bit insensitive. The university continue to support Flau'jae Johnson but issued a statement. Flau'jae immediately removed the video and apologized as well. Though some have re-uploaded the video.

"We spoke with Flau’jae this evening, and while she never intended to offend or upset anyone with her lyrics, she expressed sincere remorse for any possibility of a misunderstanding and immediately took the video down. We will learn and grow from this experience together." LSU

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