Ludacris and Ty Dolla Sign Play Doctor for “Vitamin D” Video
Things are brewing back up for Ludacris, as the rapper is not only providing new music, but he’s also preparing for the premiere of the highly-anticipated The Fate of the Furious film. As the movie he stars in alongside a huge cast will hit theaters this Friday (April 14), the Atlanta MC is giving fans a new set of visuals in the meantime.
Luda just dropped the video for his latest single, “Vitamin D” with Ty Dolla $ign which hears a familiar sample for 90’s babies, as Sisqo’s “Thong Song” is flipped on the beat. In the visuals, the rapper plays the role of a doctor, as well as a patient, convincing some beautiful ladies in both lingerie and nurse ensembles that they need their fill of vitamin D to properly function. However, it definitely seems like his wife, Eudoxie, is taking care of her man in real time. In the beginning of the video, Luda can be seen sporting some fake muscles to seduce some of the skin-bearing ladies, but they soon put him right to sleep before Ty Dolla $ign takes over. The two eventually wake up surrounded by even more sexy nurses as they finish off their verses on the catchy track.
Some people on Twitter have caught on to Luda’s ridiculous CGI abs in the video. Peep what people are saying below.
Ludacris is slated to be working on a new album, which will follow in the footsteps of his 2015 Ludaversal project. With his movie premiere hitting this week, we can expect a decent rollout from the rapper as he prepares to release the upcoming LP. For now, watch the video for “Vitamin D” below.
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so……. ludacris is just gonna CGI himself with abs using sega dreamcast graphics ??? it's rough out here. pic.twitter.com/BnAettIvd3
— Ahmed/Rozay Top 5 (@big_business_) April 10, 2017
Ludacris got those WWF No Mercy abs on him
— CERTIFIED, SMOKIFIED (@RappersRActors) April 10, 2017
— Ludacris (@Ludacris) April 10, 2017
Everybody clowning Ludacris for his fake chest and abs like he didn't have fake biceps in his Get Back video. pic.twitter.com/CEKNdoVFxU
— Ribbs Westbrook (@ItsRibbs) April 11, 2017
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