Jun 11, 2012, 1:46 AM EDT
Just over a week ago the basketball world lost Orlando Woolridge, who was a star at Notre Dame before enjoying a solid career in the NBA.
One of the four children Woolridge leaves behind is Renaldo Woolridge, who will finish his collegiate career at USC after spending four seasons at Tennessee.
Renaldo is also a talented hip hop artist, having recorded numerous songs under the name “Swiperboy” (now going by the name SB Babyy), and he used that skill to pay tribute to his late father.
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