Millie Bobby Brown steps it up by rapping a verse from 'Girls like You' at Maroon 5 concert: Watch

'Stranger Things' star Millie Bobby Brown just showed the world that she can do a mean rap. Watch how she moves as she sings along with Maroon 5's Adam Levine on stage.


                            Millie Bobby Brown steps it up by rapping a verse from 'Girls like You' at Maroon 5 concert: Watch

Cardi B was supposed to be on the stage singing with Maroon 5 at their Sunday night concert but she couldn't be there. So the band pulled in someone to substitute for her and boy, was it a pleasant surprise.

'Stranger Things' star Millie Bobby Brown just showed the world that she can do a mean rap. Maroon 5 lead Adam Levine introduced the teenage star and the crowd at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville broke out into a thunderous applause. Millie belted out some lines from Maroon 5's collaboration with Cardi B 'Girls like You' and it was one "insane" moment and that is what she captioned an Instagram clip she shared from the night.

 



 

 

This is not the first time the star has shown her penchant for rap. At the start of 2017 at a press tour for 'Stranger Things' the then 12-year-old star did an impressive version of Nicki Minaj's 'Monster' verse, a little later on October 31 at an appearance on the Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon she chose to do an original rap. People were quick to catch on that the inspiration for this piece came to her from Cardi B's song 'Bodak Yellow' and Millie herself has never shied from professing her admiration for the female rapper.

 



 

The 14-year-old was certainly having fun and she should be after the past strenuous week she had been having. Millie's revelation about her conversation and the close friendship she shares with 'In My Feelings' singer Drake did not go down well with the viewers, especially after she dished that she spoke to the rapper about boys and generally how he texts her how he "misses her". The past week, the young star had been trying to defend her friendship with the rapper.