Ludacris likes big butts, thick thighs and computer-generated abs in his new "Vitamin D" music video.
Although rap videos are notorious for a barrage of T and A, the "Fate of the Furious" star took the visuals up a notch by flaunting a ridiculously fake buff chest and abs at the start of the video (above) featuring the hip-hop star dropping rhymes about "thunder thighs" and plus-sized booties -- both of which are proudly displayed by sexy video vixens.
Sir Mix-a-Lot should be proud.
Viewers were confused when the video first dropped this week and thought Ludacris was trying to honestly convince people the CGI abs were real, but the rapper told TMZ "that's how it's supposed to be. It's Ludacris, man."
The song, featuring Ty Dolla $ign, is the artist's first track since 2014 -- but it's not the first time he's used special effects to enhance his body parts. His arms were massive in the music video for 2004 hit "Get Back."
I'm mad y'all making a fuss about Ludacris & his CGI-animated chest when he did this in his Get Back video, this ain't new lol pic.twitter.com/ALo4T0BpZ2— CA$HMERE THOUGHT$ (@ij_andretti) April 11, 2017
This breaks my heart that folks gotta explain a ludacris video in 2017 https://t.co/DYKM0s7Lci— coach GON (@theGON4ever) April 11, 2017