Tracee Ellis Ross And Regina Hall Rapping ‘Jumpman’ Is Too Funny
“Them boys women as much as one thing!”
Tracee Ellis Ross’ rap alter ego, T-Murda, made her lengthy awaited return on Thursday together with Regina Hall and we’re rolling on the ground.
T-Murda, rocking the illest cornrow, backside grillz and gold-hoop earring combo ever, took on the position of Drake whereas Hall, who visitor starred on Wednesday night time’s “Black-ish” episode, performed Future as they tried to rap alongside to “Jumpman” and achieve Young Metro’s belief.
The duo could not sustain as they learn together with the lyrics, however their commentary sprinkled all through made this priceless.
“Is that the identical as syrzup?” T-Murda requested about Drake’s reference to Robitussin.
The women comply with their efficiency of “Jumpman” with a hilarious annotation of the music’s lyrics.
“We simply sang an entire track about ‘Jumpman.’ Do you recognize what that’s, trigger I nonetheless don’t,” T-Murda requested Hall.
“Well, I know they’re as much as one thing,” Hall responded.
The final time we noticed Ross channel T-Murda was in August when she rapped “Antidote” by Travis Scott. Hopefully this implies she’s again for good.
What a time!
Witness all of this greatness within the video above.
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