A Boston Celtics rising star admitted that he once sneaked into a Louis Vuitton fashion show and ended up sitting next to Kanye West.

Jaylen Brown has been continuously improving as an NBA player. He has proven that he’s not only a highflyer but could also be an all-around player for the Celtics. Apparently, Brown isn’t only passionate about basketball. He also likes to attend fashion shows around the world even if he is not invited.

In a recent appearance on Showtime’s “All The Smoke,” Brown revealed that he has been attending fashion shows for the last two years. According to the 4-year NBA veteran, despite being an NBA sensation, he has been a “fly on the wall” during fashion shows.

“Yeah man, I’ve been in that Fashion week for the last two years. It’s really being a fly on the wall,” Brown said about attending fashion shows.

Brown stated that he has witnessed some of the most notable fashion shows in the last few years including Valentino’s and Raf Simmons’. However, the one thing he will never forget was the Louis Vuitton show where black designer Virgil Abloh was highlighted.

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Jaylen Brown suffered a horrific fall during the Celtics' win over the Timberwolves on Thursday. Getty

As per Brown, he wasn’t invited to the show but as a black person, he felt like he needed to be there. That’s when he thought about the unthinkable – sneak into the show.

“But the big one, two years ago, was the LV (Louis Vuitton) one. I didn’t get invited to that one but I went to a trip,” Brown admitted.

“I’m like, ‘I can’t miss that.’ This has been like they ain’t never had a person of my color being a Louis V designer. It’s history,” Brown continued.

Coming into the show, Brown revealed that he has devised a plan. Based on his bizarre plan, Brown instructed his manager to “act crazy” once the security finds out that his name isn’t on the guest list.

“So I said this what we’re gon’ do, I said, ‘we’re gon’ get in the car, we’re gonna pull up real fast come to a stop real quick, everybody jump out,” Brown recalled.

“’When they say they can’t find my name on the list, I need you to go crazy. When you see the list, go crazy. Act like this was an outrage’,” Brown told his manager before sneaking into the show.

Brown’s plan turned out to be a success and he ended up sitting next to Kanye and Travis Scott.

“I ended up sitting next to Kanye (West) and Travis (Scott),” Brown said.

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Kanye West wants his songs to be included in the “Deadpool” soundtrack. In this photo, the rapper performs during Puff Daddy and Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour at Madison Square Garden on Sept. 4, 2016 in New York City. Getty Images/Dimitrios Kambouris