Year: 1999
It's one thing for athletes to hang out with rappers, befriend them, even ask them for advice on different things. It's another thing altogether to actually sign to their agency and let them negotiate a horrible rookie contract for you. And by horrible contract we mean a heavily incentive based one where he would be paid a league minimum salary $175,000 in his rookie season that would increase to $400,000 in his seventh season if he failed to reach the goals stated in the contract. Williams did make $11.1 million after signing the deal but failed to reach many of the goals in his first few seasons and later fired No Limit Sports. #notsoboutitboutit