The visuals for Rae Sremmurd’s “Throw Sum Mo” featuring Nicki Minaj and Young Thug have been released. Also, Morris Chestnut gives us a behind-the-scenes look at his trailer on the set of his new film When the Bough Breaks. And he’s showing off his love scene wardrobe…which isn’t much. Check it inside….
We showed you pics of Nicki Minaj and Young Thug on the set of rap duo Rae Sremmurd’s new video “Throw Sum Mo,” shot at a skating rink in L.A. Now, the official video has dropped. And it’s full of “bad b*tches” (their words), stripper poles and dollar bills.
In the clip, the “Anaconda” raptress was “feelin’ herself” in a pink Versace jacket, neon green bra, colorful printed Versus Versace leggings and Giuseppe Zanotti booties as she passed out dollar bills for the strippers.
The video makes its debut a day before the “ONLY” rap star kicks off “The Pinkprint” European tour with Trey Songz in Sweden tomorrow.
Peep the video treatment below:
In a behind the scenes clip….
Actor Morris Chestnut takes us inside of his trailer as he shoots scenes for his upcoming thriler When The Bough Breaks, also starring Regina Hall.
After walking us through his “bedroom,” bathroom and kitchen, the sexy star gives us a sneak peek at his wardrobe for his upcoming love scene. And….there’s not much to it!
When The Bough Breaks tells the story of a professional couple struggling to get pregnant, so they hire a young blue-collar woman as a surrogate. Unfortunately for the couple, the young woman develops a psychotic fixation on the husband, which causes all types of drama.
Not only is Morris starring in the film, but he is also serving as an executive producer.
Next up for the sexy star? He will be starring and producing The Perfect Guy—alongside Sanaa Lathan & Michael Ealy— which is expected to hit theaters September 11th. He’s also starring and producing a new drama flick titled, The Syndicate and starring in another thriller with Robert DeNiro and “Grey’s Anatomy” star Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Bus 657. Morris will also be hitting the small screen as he gears up for a lead role in an untitled drama pilot for the FOX network and making appearances on Showtime’s “Nurse Jackie” series. Work!
We’re here for it all.