Iman Shumpert features in bizarre Kanye West music video debuted at VMAs

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Iman Shumpert amused everyone with his dancing antics as a part of the Cleveland Cavaliers' attempt at the 'running man challenge' during the NBA Finals, and he's clearly getting used to the spotlight.

The 26-year-old guard made a surprise appearance during Kanye West's latest music video 'Fade', which he debuted at the MTV’s Video Music Awards on Sunday.

The Cleaveland Cavaliers man - who won his first NBA championship back in June - appeared with his R&B signing girlfriend, Teyana Taylor, right at the end of the video. Naked, in fact.

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After speaking for a bit during VMAs - as usual - West debuted the new music off his recently released album 'The Life Of Pablo'. To view Shumpert's part in the video, click here.

The video predominantly featured Shumpert's other half dancing in a gym, but at the end, her fiancee showed up.

Shumpert and Taylor are in the shower naked before the video ended with the two, and their infant daughter, in the gym with some sheep. They also appear to be naked, once again, and Taylor's face looks like it has been altered to resemble a sheep.

If Kanye has told you once, he's told you a thousand times: He's a genius.

Back to business

It won't be long before Shumpert has to turn his attentions to helping the Cavaliers defend their first-ever NBA crown and with the majority of their roster re-signed - barring J.R Smith - they look good to contend again.

The Warriors are naturally going to be their biggest threat, but Shumpert and co. won't need to be any more motivated to thwart their foes.

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