"I came out of a meeting and I actually had a text on my phone, and the first text I saw, it was the most insane thing in the world because I read the text, and it said, 'See your little bro out there balling". Either way, Friday night was a good night for the Watts.
T.J. Watt, one of two of J.J.'s brothers that play in the National Football League, made his debut last night for the Pittsburgh Steelers and picked up a pair of sacks in just his first four plays. No, someone else was mighty impressed by what the Wisconsin Badgers product was doing on the field Friday night - that person being rapper Kendrick Lamar. Not only did his younger brother have a highlight-reel worthy night, Watt received the news from seven-time Grammy winning rapper Kendrick Lamar.
"And the first text I saw - it was the most insane thing in the world - ... it said 'See your little bro out there balling".
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"I came out of a meeting and I actually had a text on my phone, and the first text I saw, it was the most insane thing in the world because I read the text, and it said, 'See your little bro out there balling". J.J. Watt said after he saw the text, he googled his brother to see what he had done. "But it was just so cool".
The veteran defensive end also had some kind words to say about his baby brother, who was brought in by the Steelers as the 30th-overall pick in the 2017 draft. It was such an awesome moment to see [T.J.] go out there and do what he does. "I want my brother to do good, but then I'm like, wait a second here I don't like how this all works out". I wanted to tweet 'Congratulations on a great first game, ' but, at the same time, I'm like, 'No, you're on another team. "I'm very excited to watch him play", Watt said. "I came into this game with a certain amount of confidence because of the work I put in". "So I literally didn't know what to do". On Christmas Day, the Texans will play the Steelers in Week 16 this season. "For now, he holds the bragging rights after one preseason game".