Grammy-nominated superstar Quavo recently teamed up with some of the most multi-talented stars in culture today for the 7th annual Huncho Day—which featured a celebrity football game and the first-ever basketball and football day dedicated to community action.

Held in Atlanta at Quavo’s alma mater, Berkmar High School, Huncho Day featured a 7v7 football exhibition game between Team Huncho Basketball and Team Huncho Elite, as well as a celebrity flag football game and a Team Huncho basketball game.

Guest coaches included none other than LSU standout Flau’jae Johnson—who can drop buckets on the court and spit bars in the booth—as well as comedian/social media sensation, Drusk, former NBA Champion Stephen Jackson, Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ safety Richard LeConte III, Utah Utes’ guard Deivon Smith, rapper King Harris and more.

Johnson even coached the white team alongside Quavo, while the orange team was led by Druski and McCloud. 

The sold-out event, which brought together both sports and culture, was all for a greater cause, raising $50,000 for The Rocket Foundation in support of gun violence prevention. Quavo founded the Rocket Foundation in November of 2022 to honor the life and legacy of Takeoff.

Photo credit Chris Shine


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