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WATCH: Steph Curry's Rap Music Video Appearance Goes Viral

Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry shared a new music video

In a Tweet on Wednesday morning, Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry shared the music video for Tobe Nwigwe's new single "Lil Fish, Big Pond," where the point guard is seen in a boat rapping the following lyrics:

"My my my, look how things have changed. They know I'm the one. Daddy taught me how to flick my wrist, I'm my father's son. Think I'm pistol packin' how that ratchet on me like a gun. They should put the basket in the casket after I am done."

Curry's appearance in the video has been going viral on both Twitter and YouTube. In his Tweet, Curry wrote, "The official music video for "Lil Fish, Big Pond" from the one and only [Tobe Nwigwe] and me is live! Check out the full video on YouTube and watch #UnderratedFilm on [AppleTV]."

Curry has been doing a lot of promotion for his new "Underrated" documentary, making regular appearances on different news shows, podcasts, and other outlets that have helped the Warriors star promote his film. Using his Tweet for this music video appearance to also promote his film, Curry has done a great job driving traction for the documentary.

A man of many talents, this has been a big summer for Curry. Having won a golf tournament and released his documentary, Curry is now in a rap video.

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