Kansas City Royals Meet Their Favorite Rapper, Fetty Wap

Fetty Wap, Kansas City Royals

Kansas City Royals Meet Their Favorite Rapper, Fetty Wap

Players fine each other for not using MC's "1738" phrase in interviews with the media.

Published August 12, 2015

Two weeks ago, a report surfaced about the Kansas City Royals fining each other for failing to work Fetty Wap's "1738" into their interviews with the media. The "1738" is in reference to the "1738" that Fetty shouts out in his songs to rep his crew, Remy Boyz 1738.

Obviously big fans of "Trap Queen" and "My Way" hit maker and inspiration for their clubhouse antics, the Royals had a chance to meet their favorite rapper and the Remy Boyz 1738 before defeating the Detroit Tigers 6-1 at Ewing M. Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri, on Tuesday.

And from the looks of the Royals' official social media accounts, the best team in Major League Baseball's American League had a blast.

Hey, what’s up? Hello @fettywap1738. #Royals #ForeverRoyal

A photo posted by @kcroyals on

Fetty, too, had a great time, taking in the baseball game before performing at the Kansas City Sprint Center later on Tuesday night.

On the field KC ROYALS 💯

A photo posted by 🔥RemyBoyz🔥“1738”💯 (@fettywap1738) on

Fetty even had a chance to enjoy his own music blaring from the speakers at the Royals' stadium, as he documented on his Instagram account.

Royals #1738

A video posted by 🔥RemyBoyz🔥“1738”💯 (@fettywap1738) on

If the Royals make it back to the World Series this season, maybe Fetty will tag along.

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(Photo: John Sleezer/Kansas City Star/TNS via Getty Images)

Written by Mark Lelinwalla


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