So far, the Big Baller Brand stable only includes the Ball brothers and father LaVar, but Snoop Dogg's son wants to be the next person to join the team.

In an interview with TMZ, Cordell Broadus praises BBB, saying he loves it but believes they could use his assistance. "I love it, I love the Big Baller Brand," he says. "I think they could use some of my help. I want to help design some stuff."

While it's uncertain what Snoop and his son's relationship with the Ball family is, Broadus does have some connection to Lonzo Ball. The young men both attended UCLA for sports. Broadus played wide receiver for the Bruins football team but left the squad in 2016 to pursue other passions.

Since then, Broadus has found himself in the fashion world, recently making his New York Fashion Week debut during the Philipp Plein show.

As for the Ball family, Lonzo recently made headlines when he said no one listens to Nas anymore. The Los Angeles Lakers rookie later doubled-down on his comments, saying, "Everybody went crazy with it, but that's my side right there," and soon after that he dropped his debut rap single.

During an interview with Marcellus Wiley and Kelvin Washington on ESPNLA, Lonzo said his original comments came after someone told him they were going to make him listen to "real hip-hop."

“They told me that the goal for the next two months was [to get me to listen] to real hip-hop," he said. "I replied, ‘That’s not gon’ happen.’ And the first person who popped into my head was Nas, because obviously he’s real hip-hop."

Lonzo added, “So I’m like, ‘Nobody listens to Nas no more,’ which I think is true, because of my friends ain’t nobody bumping Nas no more. No disrespect to him. He had his time, I just think it’s a new time."

Check out Broadus' interview with TMZ below.

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