The actress is flattered by the namedropping.
Of course, as many of Hollywood’s most beautiful women, its customer for a few rappers to a shoutout appreciating her gorgeous visage. With more than 20 hip-hop songs mentioning the Cleveland native, she holds the title of every rapper’s fantasy woman by a landslide. As for what she thinks when she hears her name-dropped by rappers, she dished to social media users that she’s flattered by the shoutouts.
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“I wonder how Halle Berry feels about being mentioned in damn near every rap song,” tweeted a user. In response, the Oscar-winning actress quote retweeted it letting folks know, “I love it!”
Among all of the moments the Hollywood starlet has been namedropped, here are some highlights:
Kanye West on “The New Workout Plan” hilariously rhymes, “What’s scary to me is/Henny makes girls look like/Halle Berry to me.”
Hurricane Chris released the iconic track, “Halle Berry (She Fine’s)” back in 2009 dedicated to recognizing her beauty.
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Waka Flocka Flame raps on “Round Of Applause, “That girl look like Halle Berry when I’m on no means/When I hit the scene girls yelling and they scream.”
On “F*ckin Problems,” Kendrick Lamar spits on his verse, “Halle Berry, hallelujah/Holla back I’ll do ya, beast.” He revisits her again on 2013’s “Money Trees,” this time around rhyming, “It go Halle Berry or hallelujah/Pick your poison tell me what you doing.”
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Of course, these are just a few of the many Halle name-drops. Which one is your favorite? Let us know down in the comments.