Last Updated on June 3, 2022
Media platform TOGETHXR released the second season of FENOM, starring 18 year old McDonald’s All-American basketball star and rapper, Flau’Jae Johnson.
The daughter of late rapper, Camouflage, Flau’Jae is best known for her time as a contestant on the reality singing competition show, “The Rap Game,” and being signed to Jay-Z’s Roc Nation label. Out of the studio, Flau’Jae was recognized as a 2022 McDonald’s All-American and she’ll continue her basketball career at LSU.
The series follows Flau’Jae’s day-to-day life in Savannah, Georgia, as she finishes her senior year of high school, while carrying her father’s legacy and getting ready for college.
Highlights include: Flau’Jae opening up about the unsolved murder of her father and her upbringing in Georgia, exclusive updates on her music career with Roc Nation, and behind the scenes footage from the McDonald’s All-American game.
The first episode of the series is available now.
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June 4, 2022 at 4:58 pm
It is extremely interesting to see a post like this, brining light to the new deals being created within NIL and bring to question the idea of revenue within college athletics. We are now seeing coaches like Ryan Day at Ohio State claiming that in order to stay competitive, they will need close to 13 million a year in NIL deals to bring in and retain top talent. High school athletes can now monetize their value in a way that greatly impacts their choice in a university. As we fall further into this new era, what does it look like to legitimately compete while maintaining a shred of amateurism as set by the new guidelines? Athletes are now hiring their own graphic and photographers to present a more marketable image questioning the direction of sports information departments – will their only purpose be to market their athletes for greater deals? Only time will tell.