West Coast rapper Anderson .Paak is having some serious fun with his mini-me. The hip-hop entertainer went online this past weekend to share a hilarious, must-see fake robbery.
Anderson lit up his socials with the epic scene. In his clip, .Paak’s son runs up on him in his at-home studio and gets shook for his wallet.
“Anderson .Paak gets robbed 🤣🎧” -Anderson .Paak’s Instagram
Recently, AP shared a hilarious clip of his son showing off big crooning skills. Anderson released the must-see footage onto his Instagram page.
“Yoooooo y’all seen the new #clarksisters movie?! This the new 5 heart beats sister act and all that! Well done!!! Even got #Khlex catchin the spirit on Easter Sunday 🙏🏽” -Anderson .Paak’s Instagram
Wait, There’s More
.Paak went online a few days ago with some must-see footage. He shared a snippet from an IG Live session with late music icon Bill Withers‘ tunes playing in the background.
“REST EASY #BILLWITHERS WE LOVE YOU!!! LEGENDS NEVER DIE!! #FRIDANCE#PAAKHOUSERADIO” -Anderson .Paak’s Instagram
Before You Go
Recently, Anderson shared a basketball flick as well as one with a former flame. The West Coast rap artist also joked about possibly making it at a division one college for basketball.
“’03 Bonnie and Clyde sh*t. Who was your fave rapper/street wear brand growing up? Mine was Hov/Rocawear.”
“This just for balance, carry on. Throwback Thursday.”
Just a few days ago, Anderson .Paak performed “Come Home” on Jimmy Fallon’s The Tonight Show. The performance maintained social distancing with .Paak and band delivering the song from nine different locations.
“The Tonight Show continued their new tradition of socially distanced performances Friday with Anderson .Paak and the Free Nationals delivering their “Come Home” from nine different locations.
“Originally released on the group’s 2019 LP Ventura, the Grammy-winning “Come Home” fits with the “Stay Home” theme of the self-isolating public. The studio version of the track features a guest appearance by Andre 3000, who unfortunately didn’t Zoom in for the Tonight Show performance.” –Rolling Stone