'Run's House' video of Justine, Diggy and Russy goes viral, fans want 'purest Black reality TV show' on Netflix
Run's House started trending as a clip of Justine Simmons trying to skate while her son Russy recorded her falling hit the Internet. Fans loved the memories it brought up for them
The 'cool mom' of American reality show 'Run's House' is making headlines after a clip went viral on Twitter. 'Run's House' was an American reality TV show featuring DMC Rapper and hip hop music pioneer Joseph Simmons, his wife Justine Simmons and their five kids named, Vanessa Simmons, Angela Simmons, Joseph Ward Simmons, Diggy (Daniel Simmons), Russell "Russy" Simmons II.
In the video, Justine tried skating with her kids after asking them: "Moms do that?" and the hilarious clip is floating on Twitter. In the video, after trying the stunt, she soon fell down. Well, not just that, Russy recorded it in his camcorder and when asked if he had filmed it, he just said: "no, no."
Now, it has gone viral on Twitter and fans can't stop talking about it. Many couldn't stop cracking up after Russy's clever move. One said, "I laughed for hours when I first saw this episode, Russy was creeping in the back with that camcorder and lied." Another user said, "Between Diggy saying geez man and Russy acting like he didn't catch that all on-camera... I cannot breathe."
Not just that, some people also showed massive interest in the actual footage made by Russy. One user tweeted: "I need the footage from Russy. I know he got every frame there." Remembering another instance from the show a Twitter user said "Naw! the time #Russy hit that line dance at the ranch will always be my top 5."
Praising all the notorious things he did on the show, one Twitter user said, "Russy always had me dead on this show." Many others miss the show and want it back on Netflix. "I miss Run's house. probably one of the most purest black reality TV shows we ever got," one tweet said and another read, "Now I need to binge because I used to love Run's House. It really was wholesome & somewhat relatable even tho they're filthy rich."
"I vote for Run’s House on Netflix," one fan said and another wrote, "I wish Run’s House was on netflix.. they always had me so weak. especially rev at the end of the episodes getting in his tub."
The last episode of the show was aired on July 14, 2009. You can stream the show online on MTV.com.