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Watch grandparents get stoned and listen to rap music for the first time

The intoxicated elders share thoughts on Rich Homie Quan, 2 Chainz and Fetty Wap with hilarious results

  • Mixmag Staff
  • 23 September 2015
Watch grandparents get stoned and listen to rap music for the first time

American hip hop artist Mac Lethal has filmed the reactions of three Kansas City-based grandparents getting high and listening to rap for the first time, with hilarious consequences.

The tracks critiqued are Rich Homie Quan's 'Flex', 2 Chainz's 'Used To', and Fetty Wap's 'Trap Queen' and the familial heads provide an amusing commentary that varies from bewilderment to a nuanced historical reading.

Listening to Rich Homie Quan, 74-year-old Jimmie remarked: "Sounded like some illegal activity he was doing".

63-year-old Deborah, listening to Fetty Wap's banger asked: "What kind of mother would name her child Fetty Wap?"

Meanwhile, 75-year-old Doug surely provides the first reading linking the subject of Fetty Wap's track to Queen Caroline of Britain, relating to the date featuring in "Mr Wap's" crew name Remy Boyz 1738. "He might be into world history," reasons Doug.

Watch the video below.

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