Usher Shuts Down NYC’s 6th Avenue To Play A Game Of Ping-Pong
Usher took a step outside of the studio to play a game of ping-pong in the middle of a busy NYC street, and it’s safe to say that he caused a classic Manhattan traffic jam. The Grammy Award-winning singer turned heads in the intersection of West 46th Street and 6th Avenue to publicly engage in a spectator-worthy match against jeweler Mr. Flawless.
It doesn’t look like the annoying honks of the cars broke either opponent’s concentration, leading the vehicles to just part from their lanes and go around the pair while they continued their game/photoshoot.
Shutting down 6th Ave NYC pic.twitter.com/KRAKXfTvqG
— Usher Raymond IV (@Usher) July 28, 2016
A photo posted by 💎💎💎💎💎Greg Yuna™ (@mrflawless1) on
Usher is reportedly in the studio, working on his eighth studio album. The forthcoming project is backed by his latest singles “No Limit” feat. Young Thug and “Crash.”