Lupita Nyong'o’s dreams of being a rapper are coming to life.
The Oscar winner posted a professionally done video to Instagram in celebration of garnering 3 million followers, and raps original lyrics to the beat of Nas' "New York State of Mind."
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"Introducing my alter ego TROUBLEMAKER," Nyong'o captioned the video.
The 33-year-old actress didn't miss a beat as she spat rhymes about her birthplace of Mexico and homeland of Kenya, promoted her upcoming movie Queen of Katwe, called out her humanitarian work as a Wildaid global elephant ambassador and even dropped a line about her Lancome endorsement deal. She also bragged about speaking four different languages and making the big bucks.
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"Mexican-born Kenya running through my veins/ Dark chocolate plus I keep a sharp mane," she rapped while in the back of a car. "Lancome fresh-face, looking tailor-made/Disney on the books so you know I stay paid/ Next stop Katwe rocking out with David/Don’t do critics if you’re hating please save it."
"Ambassador for elephants trying to save the planet," she continued. "I’m working on my master plan stunting in a hammock."
Actress Miriam A. Hyman wrote the lyrics for Nyong'o, while pal Katelyn Manley directed the video.
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Nyong'o debuted her rap skills to ET earlier this month at the Toronto International Film Festival. "I'm secretly a rapper," she quipped. "It's so secret I don't even know it."
She added, "I fantasize about being a rapper all the time."
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