Drake, LeBron James and Chris Bosh had a sit down conversation in a segment called “WHO’S INTERVIEWING WHO?” for James’ production company UNINTERRUPTED. They discussed The Carter Effect documentary, memories of Toronto and more.
The Carter Effect documentary which premiered to rave reviews at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) tells the story of Raptors legend Vince Carter and his influence on basketball and pop-culture in Toronto.
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The film was produced by UNINTERRUPTED and was executive produced by Maverick Carter, LeBron James, Drake and his manager Adel Future Nur.
Drake and LeBron sat down with another Raptors legend Chris Bosh to discuss The Carter Effect, basketball and their memories of Toronto.
The three of them fired questions back and forth to each which created both a fun and informative segment called “WHO’S INTERVIEWING WHO?”
Bosh spoke about the city of Toronto and his appreciation for Raptors fans.
"Toronto made me feel welcome, feel special. People will recognize me and show love and everything. You go to the states, it’s a little different. It was one of those strange things where my family and friends would come in town and be blown away based on how many people would come to (me)."
Drake has won multiple Grammy Awards and is of course the Global Ambassador for the Toronto Raptors franchise.
He spoke about his admiration for Bosh and said:
"For me, how we all got here was when you were here, we were all just admiring the fact that you were incredible at your craft and what you brought to the city, you brought that franchise feel to the city."
The interview was a bit of a love fest at times between the three superstars. The Raptors legend then spoke about his admiration for his former Miami Heat teammate LeBron.
"One of my inner passions was be at the level that you were at. Because as a player, I felt like I should be in that conversation."
LeBron then spoke of his admiration for his good friend Drake as well as Bosh who he won two of his three NBA championships with.
"Obviously my start comes from a small city in Ohio, everywhere I go I talk about being from Akron and trying to give inspiration to kids and the youth and people of that nature, and then when you’re able to become successful, you meet people in life that help motivate you and inspire you. And you never know why people are put into your life until you’re actually get around them. And it puts me into this position today with two of the greatest guys I’ve ever encountered, spent time with…done some things that people know about and some things people don’t know about."
Here is the complete “WHO’S INTERVIEWING WHO?” segment for UNINTERRUPTED.
The Carter Effect documentary is a must-see for any Raptors fan. There is no word yet on its full release to theatres but stayed tuned to Raptors Rapture for details in the near future.