Allen Iverson actually met the rapper who made the ‘White Iverson’ song

Rapper Post Malone released a song called White Iverson in Aug. 2015 that hit No. 14 on Billboard‘s Hot 100 on Jan. 23, 2016. Early in the morning on Friday, Basketball Hall of Famer Allen Iverson shared a video on Instagram of himself actually listening to White Iverson with Post Malone.

Iverson captioned the video, “Real life,” and he posted a photo with the rapper captioned, “The culture has no boundaries!”

Iverson and Malone seemed to enjoy these lyrics the most: “(Expletive) practice, this (expletive) just happens, know ya’ll can’t stand it.”

Warning: NSFW language and gestures (aka the middle finger) in video

Instagram Photo

Instagram Photo

Malone was extremely excited about all of this. Per Billboard:

“I met the legend last night and there’d be no ‘White Iverson’ without him,” Malone tells Billboard in a statement. “I’m still tripping at how sick it was, and as A.I. says, ‘The culture has no boundaries.’”

The rapper captioned his photo: FINALLYYYYYYYYYDMRNEJSOFBRVRI.

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