Jay Chou and Jeremy Lin Have the Most Adorable Bromance on Instagram

Taiwanese musician Jay Chou and NBA star Jeremy Lin have the biggest bromance which is apparent in the videos they frequently post on their Instagram accounts.

The fun times started when the pop star bamboozled the NBA player with a magic trick in April.

In March, the 29-year-old athlete posted an Instagram video where he does a money-making magic trick, and tagged Chou’s account saying, “Whatup now?”

Chou responded with his own trick, which also involves a coin and making money appear out of nowhere.

哥教你變魔術🤣🤣 such a genius hahaha @jlin7 #magic

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As it turns out, the 39-year-old pop star is actually pretty good at magic tricks. Here he is demonstrating his skills during an appearance on a talk show.

The duo also like to challenge each other on the basketball court, with Chou taking several shots from the free throw line and tagging Lin on Instagram in the process.

Lin clapped back, taking it up a notch by shooting a basketball outside the three-point line.

But the most epic challenge was when Chou trolled Lin with a basketball pass while rocking a pink shirt and pink tank top.

釣魚🎣 @jlin7 #basketball #fisherman

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Below is a friendly competition between the two during the 2018 Jeremy Lin All-Star game in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, China on Aug. 4.

Feature Image via Instagram / jlin7

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