Saweetie gets Halle Berry's nod for Catwoman costume, fans call her 'content Queen'

The funny clip opens with Saweetie walking stylishly on a rooftop going for a monologue when we see Halle Berry making an entrance


                            Saweetie gets Halle Berry's nod for Catwoman costume, fans call her 'content Queen'
Halle Berry and Saweetie in a still from a new Halloween video (Photos by [email protected])
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It is that time of the year again when celebrities put on their unique Halloween costumes to break the Internet. Rapper Saweetie pulled off a similar stunt in a new video after she got decked up as a Catwoman and interestingly, she got the stamp of approval from the OG herself- Halle Berry. Saweetie got the Golden Globe Award-winning actress in the hilarious video that left the social media users in splits.

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The 23-second video was shared by the ‘Icy Grl’ hitmaker on Twitter and Instagram respectively. The funny clip opens with Saweetie walking stylishly on a rooftop going for a monologue when we see Halle Berry making an entrance. Halle had played the iconic DC Comics character in the 2004 film ‘Catwoman’ but, unfortunately, the movie proved to be a dud at the box office back then. Social media users, however, claimed that no one could beat Halle Berry when it comes to portraying a Catwoman.
 
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Saweetie brings Halle Berry to show off Halloween costume

Saweetie, while decked up in the Catwoman costume in her new video, opens the clip with Halle Berry’s iconic dialogue from the film “Oh, I’m very good. But sometimes I’m bad but only as bad as I wanna be.” Halle soon enters the scene getting all confused with funny expressions and asks, “What the hell is going on here?” Saweetie, then responds, “I’m just trying to get out here and get these coins.” The duo then shares an “intense staredown” which is the highlight of the entire video.

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After a few glares, Halle quips, “I know dat’s right,” a phrase that is often used by the female emcee. The video then ends with Saweetie posing like Catwoman and flying off from the roof. While sharing the clip on Twitter, Saweetie said, “Had to put on for the best Catwoman to ever do it.” Halle Berry returned the favor and shared the same video on her Twitter account saying, “There’s enough room for more than one Catwoman @Saweetie”. For the unversed, the hilarious video comes a week after the award-winning actress had tweeted, “I’m seeing all the Catwoman love, everybody. Where were you guys 17 years ago” referring to the poor performance of the movie in 2004. Halle had tweeted after ‘Catwoman’ movie was up for streaming on HBO Max.

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‘Ms Halle, you are the real deal. Can’t be topped’

The loyal fans of the former Bond girl showed up on Twitter to claim that no one else could pull off Catwoman better than the actress. “The devil works hard but Saweetie's PR team works harder”, said one as another shared, “Is her Rap career already over?” referring to Saweetie posting the hilarious clip. One said, “Halleberry and @Saweetie are absolutely gorgeous, but what y’all NOT finna do is forget that Eartha Kitt BECAME a cat for the original role.”
 
The next one shared, “She cool, but Ms. Halle, you are the real deal. Can’t be topped. Especially your walk.” Another mentioned, “That walk that @halleberry does as Catwoman Nobody’s f**king with it.”  One user added, “Halle rolled up looking like a house cat with her mane blowing in the wind. Like “what you doin’ kitten.” And, one user concluded, “Please make another one @halleberry your the OG Catwoman. The perfect person for this roll.”

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