Big Sean Says He Grew 2 Inches Taller This Year by Going to the Chiropractor
Big Sean got a little bigger.
The 33-year-old rapper recently announced on his Instagram that he has grown at least two inches over the past year. In the video, he recruited his friend Ronnie, whom he said was 1.70 m tall, to stand next to him.
When the two stood side by side in front of a mirror, Sean seemed a little taller.
"How there f --- I'm growing 2 inches?" he wrote about the video. "Chiropractor for a year, twice a week, like that. Straight spine, like that."
Sean added that people "try to hate him" and said he is only six feet tall. However, he insisted that he had grown "like an inch".
Born Sean Michael-Leonard Anderson, rapper "Bounce Back" told E! News that his stage name does not come from his stature.
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"People think it's the wrong reasons," he said of his nickname. "I grew up in Detroit and had a mentor, his name was Sean. In the neighborhood he was someone who kept the kids happy."
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He went on, "He was like 6'8" and I was like 11, 12 years old, so I was like 4'8 ". Just to be funny I said," You have to call me Big Sean and him Little Sean. ' "
Sean often nods to his childhood in Detroit through his music, addresses the experience of growing up in the city with the 2012 mixtape Detroit and follows in 2020 with his latest album Detroit 2.
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"I got back to my roots, but with a stronger foundation," he said in an interview with Vulture last year about his latest album. "The city of Detroit deserves so much respect and honor. When I spoke to Stevie Wonder, I said that Motown gives black music and blacks an identity in music."
He added, “But I think people will relate to [the album] no matter where they are from. Detroit is an inclusive city. A lot of people haven't been, but Detroit is fun, man the best. It's not a bougie. It's not Hollywood. We real people from there. We went through the worst. We've hit rock bottom once before. It's cool when you meet people from Germany. We know what it is like hectic rush. We know what it is like to be hungry. I think that's what defines a person's character. That's what I love about being from Detroit: It's like I really have to earn my way. "
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