“CHALLENGE ACCEPTED,” the 51-year-old comic wrote by way of Instagram on Sunday, November 15, alongside a video of himself gyrating in a pink Speedo swimsuit. As he twerked beside his household’s pool, Black bought drenched in water sprayed from a hose off digital camera.
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“Get it !!!” Robert Downey Jr. commented on the College of Rock star’s publish. Jeremy Renner, Joel McHale, Colin Hanks and extra shared their shocked reactions as Black shook his hips to the NSFW rap music.
“😂 Nothing however love for ya brother 🤣🤣🤣,” Renner, 49, wrote.
The Group alum, for his half, known as Black’s shirtless dance video “one of the best factor that ever occurred.”
Earlier this yr, the Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle actor took social media by storm after sharing one other memorable (and meme-worthy) video on TikTok. Whereas showing off his “stay at home dance” amid the coronavirus pandemic in March, Black went shirtless in a pair of black cowboy boots and athletic shorts, immediately touchdown himself within the TikTok corridor of fame.
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Social media customers all around the world having been trying to nail the viral “WAP” choreography since the song made its debut in August. When the music video first dropped, Cardi, 28, and the “Savage” rapper, 25, turned heads with the racy visible, which additionally featured Normani and Kylie Jenner.
Although her collaboration with the Texas native pushed lyrical limits with its specific content material, Cardi admitted in August that there are some phrases that she’ll keep away from in her songs in any respect prices.
“‘Discharge’ is form of gross, but it surely’s not, like, a cringey phrase. A cringey phrase to me is ‘moist.’ I hate the phrase ‘moist,’” the “Bodak Yellow” artist mentioned during an interview on The Kyle & Jackie O Show on the time. “And I hate the phrase ‘horchata.’ It’s like a Mexican drink that’s made out of, like, brown sugar or one thing. I don’t even know what the hell they put in it, but it surely’s actually good, however I simply hate that phrase.”
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