Since 1985, I’ve always been drippy. When I had a son, I promise I would instill morals, values, principles and would keep him drippy just like me. I matured, he grew. I wanted him to play baseball, and he started playing basketball.
Over the years, I learned kids do as you do and not as you say. One morning, I told my son to pick out an outfit for school, he came downstairs drippy like me. I smiled and thought to myself, my son loves basketball, and have a drippy swag. He remained true to the dripp. That inspired the birth of Baller Dripp.