Cal Scruby Channels ‘White Men Can’t Jump’ In His New Video ‘Ain’t Sh-T Change’


Sleep if you want to, but Cal Scruby can most definitely ball.

The 25-year-old Ohio native teams up with Vibe’s cover star Chris Brown for his latest video “Ain’t Sh-t Change” in which they take a cue from the 1992 classic film, White Men Can’t Jump and hustle a few unsuspecting hoopers out of what one can only be assumed is their rent money.

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The latest single from Scruby’s EP House In The Hills has received a solid reception from fans for a new artist. With more than 225,000 views and counting in a little under 24 hours, and 2,500 thumbs up on YouTube, Scruby is primed to become a household name in 2016.

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Check out Breezy and Cal Scruby kill it on the court in his latest video “Aint Sh-t Change”