Rap mogul Chris "Ludacris" Bridges was surprised at the reaction to his fakes abs in is music video for "Vitamin D", featuring rap vocalist Ty Dolla $ign. Most women thought his abs were real, despite how distorted and unrealistic they appeared.
"I like having fun. I don't take myself too seriously," Luda told Conan O'Brien on Wednesday. Luda indicated he paid a substantial amount of money for his CGI abs. "That's what separates me from all the other artists out there. I hate when people try to be the same. You've got to be unique," he said.
In the video, Luda plays a plastic surgeon who takes great pleasure in his work. But at the end of the video, he wakes up. It was all a dream… or was it?
Rumor has it that his faithful wife, Eudoxie Bridges, is none too happy with the visuals and imagery of his latest rap project.
They say she's dismayed at her husband's continued obsession with women's artificial body parts in his new song.
Watch the interview below.