Welcome to Toronto, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson.
The first-year Raptors player made a visit to the CN Tower recently, posting a video of his experience to his personal Instagram page, captioning it with “This ain’t it bruh…..”
Hollis-Jefferson appears to have a fear of heights, which made for an entertaining experience (for his followers, not him) on the CN Tower’s glass floor — 342 metres above ground.
Watch as the 6-foot-6 forward nervously shuffles over top of the glass:
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The CN Tower claims that its glass floor is the first of its kind, being first installed in 1994.
Hollis-Jefferson is new to town, having joined the Raptors from the Brooklyn Nets as a free agent last summer. The Chester, Pennsylvania native has been a positive addition to the team, averaging 8.6 points, 5.3 rebounds, and 1.5 assists per game this season.
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