New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. has dazzled NFL fans in his first two seasons with acrobatic touchdown catches and dance celebrations that would make the late Michael Jackson envious. Off the gridiron, Beckham has shown off his otherworldly athletic ability on the basketball court, baseball diamond and soccer pitch and it was only a matter of time before he tried his hand at rapping. TMZ unearthed a video from last summer of the second-year pro freestyling over Young Dolph's "Preach."

With a drink in hand, OBJ raps about women after his money, sleeping with girls on the first night and women who cheat on their men. Based on the brief bars, the super talented athlete clearly had one thing on his mind. While the raps aren't the worst we've heard, we recommend that Odell sticks to football.

Considering the amount of rhymes he has about women, it should come as no surprise that Beckham Jr. is a huge fan of Drake. In October of 2015, the New York Giant sat down with Rolling Stone and professed that Drizzy's music hits home and motivates him to be great.

“Whether he knows it or not, he motivates me,” he said. “‘Energy’ is one of his songs I’ll listen to before the game. [When] he’s talking about, ‘Got a lot of people trying to drain me of this energy,’ he’s talking about what’s inside of him that makes him who he is. It does get draining, because you want to give that to people, you want to see other people be great as well. I’m waiting for somebody to come along and do some crazy catch!”

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