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Raptor Oshae Brissett Is Now On TikTok & His Videos Are Hilarious

Oshae's getting creative at home!

For athletes who are unable to do anything but workout and stay indoors right now, it must be a pretty boring time. But Toronto Raptors' Oshae Brissett has taken full advantage of his time off by expanding his social media presence. The 21-year-old has joined TikTok and although he's only shared two videos so far, we hope there's more where that came from.

With the NBA season still under suspension due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Raptors like Brissett are making sure they try to keep themselves as entertained as they can.

From cooking classes and video workouts to live-stream gaming, the 6ix ballers have been getting creative.

And Brissett, who has spent most of his time in Toronto so far with the team's G-League affiliate, the Raptors 905, is no different.

Although he has barely more than 300 followers on his new TikTok account, "Obrissy" has already shared two videos and they're just too good.

In the first one, Oshae joins in on the trend of sharing his dance skills at home. "We're brotherrsss," read the caption on the video of Brissett and another man doing a dance pretty similar to Rondae Hollis-Jefferson's last week.

At least he's keeping himself, and us, entertained!


We’re brotherrsss

♬ Hit Yo Groove - RunitupTahj

And, in a second hilarious video posted to his TikTok, the 21-year-old showed off his acting chops, too. In the clip, he seems to be playing the part of "child scorned by mother."

We're here for this kind of content, to be honest.


Back in the day playin fifa w my bro’s always went a little something like this 😭😭 ##foryoupage ##fyp

♬ Mans Cool Bruv - the.magnets

Oshae isn't the only Raptor to be getting silly on social media in recent times, of course.

For a start, Serge Ibaka decided to share his at-home workout while he remains under self-isolation. 

Meanwhile, RHJ issued a challenge to his teammates to see how they fared on the exercise bike.

But don't think that the players are the only ones using social media to its fullest.

After all, the NBA-winning head coach turned medical advisor Nick Nurse shared shot-clock handwashing tips from his own isolation.

Nurse by name, Nurse by nature.The Raptors are a team stuffed full of great personalities, and it looks like Oshae's TikTok discovery is only here to add to the entertainment.