Ludacris Shows His Impressive CGI Abs In His New Music Video Vitamin D, He Mocks Himself

By Carlos Gutierrez | Apr 13, 2017 05:41 PM EDT
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The famous rapper Ludacris shows his impressive and unreal CGI abs in his recently launched music video, Vitamin D. Ludacris looks a different body in the video due to technology. The rapper mocks himself by saying: Do you want your own fake abs, but can't afford CGI? It's intentional. Then, Ludacris jokes by answering: It's OK they slow.

In 2001 the rapper began his foray into CGI body-morphing, he dropped a video for Rollout in that year. We are pretty sure that Luda's pecs are played by special guest star Andy Serkis. Ha! Learning and Finance reports that instead of celebrating his video, Ludacris spent the day reminding his loyal fans that he has a sense of humor.

Ludacris is one of the funniest rappers, he loves to make jokes. He is famous and has many admirers. While there is a whole lot of writing, so many instruments are not used the right way, most importantly, there is the CGI abs.

He ends with speculation

Ludacris ends with all the speculation about it with a reminder of another famous music video that he did in the past. In that original video Ludacris rocked some enhanced body parts. The rapper has always been a creative man, he has always used these visuals, he is familiar with them.

The purpose of these visuals is also recall all the earlier work of Ludacris, even if his earlier work looks dated now. The new video of Ludacris, Vitamin D, has become very popular online. The rapper looks much more defined than in real life.

Computer technology lets people make a lot of changes, additions and innovations in videos. Computers can alter the images and people look different. CGI tech has been used by many artists and singers to change their looks.

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