Flau’jae Johnson has made history as the youngest person to be honored with her interstate in Savannah, Georgia.
The 19-year-old rapper and LSU Tigers baller was bursting with joy and gratitude when she took to social media writing:
It’s Official Omg! I Am The YOUNGEST Person In Georgia To Have An Intersection! 😳4️⃣4️⃣ THIS IS HISTORY!!
A Huge Thank You To Everyone Who Came Out And Supported. This One Hit Different 4️⃣💯🤍#Blessed
Thank You Savannah and Carl Gillard, This Is Only The Start 🤍
See her original post below.
In addition to her love for basketball, Flau’jae has Hip Hop in her DNA.
Who is Flau’jae Johnson’s Dad?
Flau’jae is the daughter of late Savannah, Georgia rapper, Camoflauge, who was tragically shot and killed in 2003, five months before her birth.
Her beautiful mother, Kia J. Brooks, serves as her dedicated “momager.”
At the age of 13, Flau’jae appeared on “The Rap Game,” and she competed on “America’s Got Talent” and scooped a golden buzzer.
She’s an incredibly talented young lady on and off of the court.