Travis Scott and Lil Baby Party With James Harden After Attending 76ers and Nets Game

James Harden linked with Lil Baby and Travis Scott after the two rappers attended his game against his former team. The Nets ended up winning 129-100.

The Philadelphia 76ers lost to the Brooklyn Nets on Thursday night, but that didn’t stop James Harden from partying with Lil Baby and Travis Scott.

Harden was traded from the Nets to the 76ers for Ben Simmons just last month, making Thursday’s loss all the more dramatic. Despite that, he seemingly didn’t let the 29-point defeat get in the way of a fun night. In a video shared by TMZ, which can be seen above, the two rappers joined Harden for a friend’s birthday after the game concluded.

Harden has been spotted hanging out with Lil Baby plenty of times before, most notably during Paris Fashion Week last year, but this is a rare public appearance for Travis. Following the Astroworld Festival crowd crush in November, which left ten dead and over 300 injured, the rapper has mostly kept out of the public eye. He was in attendance at the 76ers and Nets game on Thursday, however, and was joined by Baby and Meek Mill.

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Last month, Harden admitted that he had stayed up all night before practice to hit up the studio with some of his rapper friends. “They all called me like, ‘Yo, we about to pull up to Houston.’ Baby, Durk, Meek,” Harden explained. “They all come to the house [from] Atlanta, like 2 in the morning. I gotta go to practice in the morning! They come in the studio and I’m up with them the whole time.”

Travis Scott recently shared a lengthy statement to announce his Project HEAL initiative, which will support community-based initiatives. “My team and I created Project HEAL to take much needed action towards supporting real solutions that make all events the safest spaces they can possibly be,” Scott wrote in one of his first Instagram posts following the festival. “I will always honor the victims of the Astroworld tragedy who remain in my heart forever."

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