Mo Bamba whose full name is actually Mohamed Fakaba Bamba is an American professional basketball player for the Orlando Magic who has a song entitled after him, keep reading the article to find the song lyrics.
Does Mo Bamba truly have a Song?
As a matter of fact, yes, American Artiste Sheck Wes in his album Mudboy has a song entitled Mo Bamba.
What are the lyrics of the Mo Bamba song?
The Song Lyrics of the Mo Bamba song below;
Daytrip took it to ten
I got hoes calling a young nigga phone
Where’s Ali with the motherfucking dope? (bitch, bitch)
I be ballin’ like a mo’fuckin’ pro (like a, huh, like a, huh)
I be ballin’ like my nigga Mo (Bamba, bitch)
Sheck Wes, I ain’t a mo’fuckin’ joke (haha, hahahahaha)
Steph Wes stay with the fuckin’ pole (pa, pa, pa-pa)
You fuck around and get poled (you get poled, bitch)
‘Cause I got hoes (so many fucking hoes)
Callin’ a young nigga phone
(Ring-ring, ring, ring-ring, ring, ring-ring)
Where’s Ali with the (bitch with the) mo’fuckin’ dope? (huh)
I be ballin’ like a mo’fuckin’ pro (like a mo’fuckin’ pro)
I be ballin’ like my nigga Mo (Bamba, Bamba)
Sheck Wes got so many flows (I do it all)
Call me Drake how a nigga controlla
Oh! Fuck! Shit! Bitch!
Young Sheck Wes and I’m getting really rich (ching-ching)
See how I caught it ’cause I’m really with the shits (bang-bang)
See me in the streets and I be really with a (cling, cling), with a
Bad bitch (bitch), niggas straight rocking (rock)
Niggas straight see me, when they see me, they be coppin’ (what?)
I’m the best drug dealer, nigga, come and cop it (got it)
Young Sheck Wes, I’m like the fuckin’ Green Goblin
I got hoes (ho)
Calling a young nigga phone, phone (bitch)
Where’s Ali with the motherfucking dope?
(With the motherfucking dope)
Dope (with the motherfucking dope)
With the motherfucking dope (bitch)
With the dope (getting rich), with my bros (bitch, shit)
I fucked your ho (shit)
And she ain’t even let you know (she fucked up)
Damn, this nigga nice, fuck is you talking about?
(‘Cause I got) bitch (hoes)
And my nigga One-Six, my nigga
Ali, the Daytrip nigga, fuck is niggas talking about?
(I got hoes, shit
Young Sheck Wes, I do it on the go)
Mo was born on the 12th of May, 1998 and played college basketball for the Texas Longhorns.
He was a top high school prospect for the class of 2017 at Cardigan Mountain School in Canaan, New Hampshire, and Westtown School in West Chester, Pennsylvania.
Bamba was born on May 12, 1998 in Harlem, New York to Lancine Bamba and Aminata Johnson, who both emigrated from the Ivory Coast.
His grandparents of Malian descent, were born and bred in the West African country of Mali.
Bamba has brothers who play basketball and mentioned he fell in love with basketball at the age of six due to the love of the sport in his hometown.
Bamba attended Cardigan Mountain School, an all-boys residential school in Canaan, New Hampshire, in eighth and ninth grade.
Bamba then went to Westtown School in Westtown, Pennsylvania after graduating from Cardigan.
He averaged 14 points, 11 rebounds, and six blocks per game as a junior.
In 2017, he took part in the McDonald’s All-American Game and the Nike Hoop Summit.
Bamba was a five-star recruit who was regarded as one of the best in his class.
Kentucky, Duke, Texas, and Michigan were his final four schools.
In the end, Bamba decided to play college basketball for the University of Texas.
Ibrahim Johnson, his half-brother, recorded a 22-minute video on Facebook Live before playing a single game for Texas, discussing how there were some illicit perks from a Michigan-based investor involved during the decision-making process, and that he was submitting the information to the NCAA.
The NCAA, on the other hand, stated that nothing in the case would jeopardize Bamba’s eligibility for his freshman season.
Mo Bamba made his official college debut against Northwestern State on November 10, 2017, scoring 15 points and grabbing eight rebounds in a rout.
Eight days later, he scored 13 points, grabbed 10 rebounds, and blocked 5 shots in a rout of Lipscomb.
In a loss against Kansas on December 30, Bamba set a season high with 22 points, 15 rebounds, and 8 blocks.
Bamba was named to the Big 12’s All-Newcomer and All-Defensive Teams, as well as the All-Big 12 Second Team, after the conclusion of the regular season for Texas.
He scored 12.9 points per game, grabbed 10.5 rebounds, and dished out 0.5 assists.
Following Texas’ loss to Nevada in the 2018 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, Bamba declared his desire to forego his remaining three years of collegiate eligibility and enter the 2018 NBA draft, where he was expected to be a lottery pick.
Height and Wingspan
Mo Bamba stood around 7 ft 1 in (2.16 m) tall and had a wingspan of 7 ft 10 in (2.39 m) at the 2018 NBA combine, breaking the record previously set by current Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert.
The Orlando Magic selected Bamba with the sixth overall pick in the 2018 NBA draft on June 21, 2018.
On October 17, 2018, he made his professional debut, scoring 13 points, 7 rebounds, and 2 blocks off the bench in a 104–101 win over the Miami Heat.
Bamba set a career high with 32 points on seven three-pointers made in the loss against the 76ers.