Patriots’ Cam Newton Works Out With Popular, Surprisingly Athletic Rapper

The New England Patriots acquired quarterback Cam Newton this week, and now he works out like crazy. The former Carolina Panthers quarterback will never waste the chance head coach Bill Belichick gave him. New England decided to trust the talented quarterback, and Newton will use this chance in the most brilliant way.

Newton is in the mood to throw footballs, and he had a session with rapper and former college athlete Blueface. Guess who joined him during the work? Cleveland Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. He just wanted a good catch game. This may come as a surprise for many NFL fans. Believe it or not, Blueface is really athletic and he runs routes like a pro. The whole workout was caught on camera. In this video, we can see him run routes and heavy the ball a good distance down the field to Beckham. The wideout gave him his gloves as souvenirs after the workout.

Cam Newton works out with talented rapper

Jonathan Porter has a lot of great hits. “Thotiana,” “Respect My Cryppin,” and “Obama” are some of his best pieces. Blueface measures at 6-foot-4 and 180 pounds. He may not get a chance to play with Jon Gruden, but he can definitely work out with Beckham. In high school, Porter was able to throw for over 3,000 yards and 38 touchdowns in two seasons before playing at Fayetteville State University.

In Blueface’s season with the college team, Porter was able to complete under 46 percent of his passes for 175 yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions. The rapper left school in 2016 to work on his music career.

Here’s a photo of him on National Signing Day when he committed to Fayetteville State. Of course, the face tattoos came a lot later.

Newton has already been active with his hip-hop friends. He has played a little basketball and we have seen him head-to-head with the Migos’ Quavo. We have seen him play really well in several NBA celebrity All-Star Games. Is he a shoot-first point guard? Yes. Probably. He is about to throw passes to Mohamed Sanu and Julian Edelman.