The Odell Beckham Jr.-Brad Wing friendship is alive and well, as the pair share strawberries with Minaj and Grande in their new music video.
A pair of LSU Tiger buddies are back on the prowl.
Odell Beckham Jr. and Brad Wing are temporarily teammates once more, appearing in the music video for “Bed”, the new pop single from popular recording artists Nicki Minaj and Ariana Grande.
Football stars Odell Beckham Jr. (OBJ_3) and Brad Wing (bwing38) make guest appearances in the new music video for #Bed by Nicki Minaj (NICKIMINAJ) featuring Ariana Grande (ArianaGrande)! Watch the #BedVideo here: https://t.co/gPu5VoXIWZ pic.twitter.com/9uN5AuLIS7 #Music #News
— HubbUK (@TheHubbuk) July 7, 2018
The former SEC and New York Giant comrades, whose professional collaboration ended when the Giants released the punter Wing in March, appear in a tropical paradise with Minaj and Grande near the end of the video. The two were known for their strong friendship in both Baton Rouge and East Rutherford, roommates throughout their entire football careers.
This is the fifth collaboration between the two artists and second this year. Previously, the pair worked together on “the light is coming”, a promotional single penned by Grande that was released in June. “Bed” is the second single off of Queen, Minaj’s upcoming fourth studio album.
Beckham previously showcased his musical talents on the TBS series Drop the Mic, taking on pop artist Shawn Mendes in an epic freestyle rap battle. Wing, who remains a free agent, confessed to being a Minaj fan on Instagram last offseason, and was later namedropped by Minaj in “Skrt on Me”, last summer’s collaboration with Calvin Harris.
While Wing is no longer a Giant, at least we can see that these football players are doing something to stay active during the offseason. Who knows? If Beckham starts off weak this season, this could be the next “boat” incident. Giants fans, you know what I’m talking about.
But let’s hope it doesn’t come to that. In the meantime, Beckham and his fellow Giants veterans will report to training camp on July 25, while Queen is set to be released on August 10.