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Flau’jae Johnson attends the 2023 ESSENCE Festival Of Culture™ at Ernest N. Morial Convention Center on July 2, 2023, in New Orleans. | Image via Erika Goldring/Getty Images FOR ESSENCE

Flau’jae Johnson Makes History With Interstate Named in Her Honor

Flau’jae Johnson has makes history as the youngest person to be honored with her interstate in Savannah, Georgia. | Image via Instagram/Flau’jae Johnson

Flau’jae Johnson has achieved a historic milestone by becoming the youngest individual to receive recognition with her roadway in Savannah, Georgia.

Overflowing with happiness and thankfulness, the 19-year-old rapper and LSU Tigers basketball player turned to Instagram to share her feelings, expressing, “It’s Official Omg! I Am The YOUNGEST Person In Georgia To Have An Intersection! 😳4️⃣4️⃣ THIS IS HISTORY!! A Huge Thank You To Everyone Who Came Out And Supported. This One Hit Different 4️⃣💯🤍#Blessed Thank You Savannah and Carl Gillard, This Is Only The Start 🤍.”

The junction where Abercorn St. and W. Montgomery intersect was named after Johnson, commemorating her national championship victory, her impactful community service, and her role as “one of the nation’s youngest female hip-hop and athletic ambassadors,” as stated in a house resolution. In addition, she has been recognized with the 2023 SEC Freshman of the Year Award.

Apart from her passion for basketball, Flau’jae’s DNA is infused with a strong connection to Hip Hop.

Who is Flau’jae Johnson’s Father?
Flau’jae’ is the daughter of the late Camoflauge, a rapper from Savannah, Georgia. He was fatally shot in 2003, just five months before Flau’jae’s birth.

Her devoted “momager” is none other than her lovely mother, Kia J. Brooks.

At the tender age of 13, Flau’jae showcased her skills on “The Rap Game,” and she also wowed audiences on “America’s Got Talent,” receiving the coveted golden buzzer.

Her exceptional talents shine both on the court and off it.

Congratulations, Flau’jae!


Fharnell M.