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For quite some time, the Kai Sotto scandal and leaked video have been making the rounds on the internet. More on the Filipino basketball player and the viral video can be found here.

Kai Sotto is a Filipino basketball player who stands at 7’2″. He is currently a member of the Hiroshima Dragonflies of the Japanese B. League.

The 20-year-old has played for the Philippines National Basketball Team at both the senior and junior levels.

Kai Sotto Scandal- Leaked Video Viral On The Internet

The Kai Sotto scandal and leaked video have gone viral on the internet. The video, however, is not as offensive or scandalous as many would expect.

Leaked footage from 2020 showed Sotto and Jalen Green, both 18 at the time, dominating their NBA G League games.

The two basketball prodigies were seen in the video having fun during their games in the developmental league.

Jalen Green got drafted 2nd overall by Houston Rockers at the 2021 NBA Draft.

Sotto, on the other hand, was ineligible for the 2021 NBA Draft because he graduated from high school the same year and would be able to join in 2022.

Sotto worked out for several teams after declaring for the 2022 NBA Draft, but he went undrafted.

Kai Sotto Basketball Career

Kai Sotto enrolled in the Ateneo de Manila High School in April 2016 and joined the Quezon City junior basketball program.

He led the Aterno team to the UAAP Basketball Championship and was named MVP of the finals, averaging 17 points, 13 rebounds, and 6.3 blocks per game.

In the following season, Sotto averaged 25.1 points, 13.9 rebounds, and 2.6 blocks and was named UAAP juniors MVP.

In November 2019, he enrolled in The Skill Factory, an Atlanta-based preparatory program.

Sotto made his debut the following year, scoring 18 points and grabbing 12 rebounds in a 65-61 loss to IMG Academy.

Kai was named MVP of the King Invitational tournament in January 2020, averaging 27 points, 10.6 rebounds, and 4.3 blocks.

He participated in the Basketball Without Borders Global Camp during the NBA All-Star Weekend in Chicago in February 2020.

Significant agencies in the United States rated the 20-year-old as a consensus four-star recruit.

He will forego his college basketball eligibility when he joins the NBA G League Ignite in May 2020.

Sotto signed a contract with the Adelaide 36ers of the Australian National Basketball League after being unable to enter the 2021 NBA Draft.

Sotto announced in February 2023 that he would be leaving the Adelaide 36ers and signing with an overseas team.

Following that, the Filipino basketball player signed with the Hiroshima Dragonflies of the Japanese B.League.

Sotto’s contract expires at the end of the season, and he intends to play in the NBA Summer League in 2023.

Kai Sotto Family Background

Kai Sotto was born to Ervin Sotto and Pamela Sotto (née Perlado) in Las Piñas, Philippines, on May 11, 2002. He has two younger siblings.

Kai’s parents are both tall; Ervin is 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) and Pamela is 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m).

Ervin Sotto, Sotto’s father, is a former professional basketball player. The Purefoods Tender Juicy Hotdogs selected him seventh overall in the 2004 PBA Draft.

Ervin was known for his outside shooting and has played for teams such as the Shell Turbo Chargers, the Barangay Ginebra Kings, the Air21 Express, and the Alaska Aces.

Ranidel de Ocampo, Kai’s godfather, played professional basketball for FedEx Express and the Philippine National Basketball Team.