Lakers legend Kobe Bryant is a lot less serious these days after retiring from basketball.
On Wednesday’s episode of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” Bryant took part in a hilarious prank on an aesthetician.
During the prank, Kobe repeated everything that Ellen told him to do and told the unsuspecting woman that he has a major problem with sweating, which led to teammates calling him "Sir Sweats-A-Lot" and "Sweat Midler."
He shared, "I'm so sad. The guys in the locker room made fun of me all the time. They would sing a song: 'Sweaty Kobe, Okie Dokie.’” Watch him sing!
Bryant even showed off a “jar" of sweat from his final NBA game, in which he scored 60 points.
Along with the prank, the 37-year-old also sat down for his first post-retirement interview with Ellen, where he chatted about his relationship with former teammate Shaq and his daughters’ love of sports. Watch!