Aside from being one of the best players in the world, Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Durant is also known for being a fan of hip-hop. He has friendships with several rappers, from Wiz Khalifa to Drake, who released a new release, “Scary Hours 2,” on Thursday.

It is a three-song EP that sees Drake collaborating with rappers like Lil Baby and Rick Ross, and is a sequel to 2018’s “Scary Hours.” Based on his tweets, Durant, who appeared in Drake’s music video for “Laugh Now, Cry Later” last year, is clearly a fan of the Canadian rapper’s new music.

In one of his tweets, Durant quoted the rapper’s lyrics to the song “What’s Next,” the first song on the release:

In another tweet, the two-time NBA champion quoted “Lemon Pepper Freestyle,” the third song on the EP, which features a guest verse from Ross. He also agreed to a user who said that Drake had one of his best verses on the song:

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By tweeting out Drake’s lyrics, Durant has shown his support for one of the world’s biggest rappers.

Meanwhile, the 11-time All-Star announced the lineup for Team Durant for the All-Star Game on Sunday night, which includes his Nets teammates James Harden and Kyrie Irving. The two-time Finals MVP, however, will miss the game due to injury. But even if Brooklyn’s three All-Stars have not shared a lot of time on the court together, the team still finds itself second in the Eastern Conference with a 24-13 record, just a half-game behind the Philadelphia 76ers.