ScHoolboy Q and Los Angeles Lakers point guard Lonzo Ball may both be representing Los Angeles, but the Blank Face rapper has no interest in collaborating with the NBA rookie.

TMZ recently caught up with ScHoolboy and asked the rapper if he'd be willing to make music with Lonzo. The "Groovy Tony" artist responded with a simple "no" and then laughed off the idea, saying, "Hell nah!"

ScHoolboy Q added, "I'd rather see that nigga scoring some points and get some damn assists. Stick to basketball. Would he want me on the Lakers? Hell nah." The rapper also had some advice for the rookie, telling him to focus on basketball instead of rapping. "No studio, man. You gotta be great, man. Be great at one thing. Focus on one thing."

Up next for ScHoolboy, the rapper is preparing for the release of his next album. In September, Q revealed his next project was already 90 percent done. Posting a video of himself at the gym, the rapper captioned the post, "First day back was Hella ruff. I wanted 2 go Home after 10 mins but I ain't a lil bitcH.... I said once my album 90% done I was going back 2 da gym.... well I'm back!!!"

As for Lonzo, aka Zo, the NBA star is still focusing on rap and recently released his latest single, "Get Off," earlier this week. Produced by EBE, the track finds Ball rapping about improving his game on the court.

Check out ScHoolboy talking with TMZ below.

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