LaVar Ball and his sons Lonzo, LiAngelo and LaMelo launched the first two episodes of their reality series "Ball In The Family" yesterday, and it was Lonzo, not his boisterous father LaVar, who made the most polarizing comments.

During the first episode, the Los Angeles Lakers' rookie point guard was told by someone off camera that he would be forced to listen to “real hip-hop” during his interviews. Lonzo concluded that "real hip-hop" meant he'd have to listen to guys like Nas, and he simply wasn't having it.

“That’s not gonna happen,” he told a man behind the camera. “Y’all outdated, man. Don’t nobody listen to Nas anymore […] Real hip-hop is Migos, Future.”

Check out the clip from "Ball In The Family" below.

You may recall that this isn't the first time Lonzo received backlash for voicing his opinion about music. Earlier this year the 19-year old point guard was roasted on twitter after he listed his Top-5 rappers of all time, which included Future, DMX, 50 Cent, Lil Wayne and Tupac.

"Ball In The Family" will release every Thursday on Facebook for 10 episodes total and promises to give us a behind the scenes look at the inner workings of the family's Big Baller Brand, as well as the home life that LaVar has created for his wife and three sons, and more of their scorching hot takes.

Check out some of the reactions to Lonzo's latest comments about hip-hop below.