Snoop Dogg says he would record rap song with Steelers RB Le’Veon Bell

While Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell has been rehabbing his knee, he recorded and released a mixtape under his rap name “Juice.” After releasing the mixtape, Bell said he would like to collaborate on a record with hip hop star/die-hard Steelers fan Snoop Dogg.

Well, it looks like “Juice” could be getting his wish.

Snoop Dogg recently caught up with TMZ Sports and said he would be willing to record a song with the Steelers running back, as long as Bell makes sure his leg is right first.

“I’ll make it happen. I want to make sure his legs back right,” Snoop Dogg told TMZ. “He’s a Steeler. He gets that love. … Twenty-six, get at me, cuz, so we can make some music. Get your feet back up under you so we can get back in the playoffs and win that thing.”

Bell, as you would guess, seems excited about the possibility.

Sorry, Wiz Khalifa. Snoop and Juice could one day replace “Black and Yellow” as the unofficial Steelers anthem.

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