Jets’ Le’Veon Bell wants to be No. 1 on field, in rap game

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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — Le’Veon Bell was in fifth grade when he simply couldn’t shake music from his mind.
The creative beats. The grooving basslines. The raw lyrics.
He was hooked on it all, just like football.

“That’s when I really realized I loved music,” the star running back recalled in an interview with The Associated Press at the New York Jets’ facility. “I remember 50 Cent, he had dropped the album ‘Get Rich or Die Tryin’, and I saved up my own money to go to Walmart and I bought the CD. I listened to the CD and I just remember thinking, ‘Man, 50 Cent is so cool. I want to be like 50 Cent,’ you know?”
Well, plenty of youngsters want to be like the 27-year-old Bell, who has been one of the NFL’s most exciting and dynamic players throughout his career. His focus is squarely set on winning and returning his name to the conversation about the best running backs in the game after sitting out all last season in a contract dispute with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
But he has similar lofty goals for his burgeoning rap career.
“For real, I want to be No. 1,” Bell said. “I want to hit the No. 1 song, the No. 1 Billboard (song), that’s what I want to do. I want to eventually get better and get to those music shows, making songs with the great ones and things like that.”
Bell and his middle school buddies would spend lunch breaks tapping their pencils against cafeteria tables, creating makeshift beats. They’d go back and forth, freestyling lyrics. No topi

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