Serena Williams' Rap Song Surfaces [AUDIO]
Serena Williams has made a name for herself of the tennis court but, like her friend Kim Kardashian (or her rumored ex Drake), she recently felt so compelled to try her hand at rapping.
TMZ obtained audio of leaked track she recorded last year at a Florida record studio called B Major Music Group, owned by Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie. She even posted a picture of herself at the mic on Twitter.
Backed by stomping and a whooping siren, Williams spits her best lyrics: "I ball hard, no tennis racquet / I can see the haters through my Gucci glasses."
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She even gives her sister a shout-out, saying: "I win, I really mean it / Swag out this world, you should call me Venus / That's my sister, my name is Serena / On the court, I serve 'em up, no subpeona."
And ends the verse with a Nicki Minaj-like line: "I ain't never been a loser / And I'm always on top - roofer."
Upon recognizing that the material from her private session had been released, Serena tweeted: "Dear @BryantMckinnie I hate you. Lol"
Um, maybe this was just a hobby she picked up to keep busy while injured and on hiatus.