Ludacris Photoshopped His Abs In New Music Video & It’s So Bad
The rapper claims it's on purpose.
Whoever photoshopped or attempted to realistically give Ludacris abs should be given a strict talking to. The rapper, who’s better known for acting in the Fast and the Furious franchise, dropped his new music video for Vitamin D, and the first 20 seconds will leave you scratching your head.
Watch the whole video for Vitamin D below but be warned, it’s a little not safe for work:
The video, starring Luda as a plastic surgeon, features the rapper sporting a six-pack that is very obviously more CGI than crunches. It didn’t take long for fans to start roasting the rapper, mocking his vanity and the amateur graphics artist behind the badly Photoshopped abs.
Ludacris's CGI chest looks like those rolls i buy at 7/11 when i’m drunk pic.twitter.com/RqXXfhit4q
— Ellie Sunakawa (@elliesunakawa) April 10, 2017
In fact, even Luda made fun of himself on Twitter.
As it turns out, Ludacris has been doing this for years, even if it took some of his fans a minute to remember that. The rapper’s foray into CGI body-morphing seems to have began in 2001, when he dropped a video for Rollout. In that clip, Luda gave himself a tiny body and a big head.
Then there’s Get Back in 2004. You know, the one with the giant hands.
It's ok they slow RT @chris_oneto: he's supposed to have CGI & he looks at them at the end of the video & sees em gone. It's intentional
— Ludacris (@Ludacris) April 11, 2017