In a new Instagram video to promote her new film ‘Bruised’, the ‘Monster’s Ball’ star teams up with the ‘WAP’ raptress to play a game called ‘5 Rounds’, during which the Oscar winner reveals that she ‘stripped’ before.
AceShowbiz –Halle Berry has just gone candid about her wild side in front of Cardi B. Teaming up with the Bronx femcee for a new video on Instagram to promote her new movie “Bruised“, the Oscar-winning actress confessed in front of the rapper that she used to work as a stripper.
In the video posted on Halle’s social media page on Thursday, November 11, the two ladies played a game called “5 Rounds”. Inspired by the film, the game involved the two rapidly asking each other hilarious and personal questions that ranged from their biggest purchases to their favorite sex positions.
One of Cardi’s questions to Halle was, “Have you ever been to a strip club?” To that question, the “Monster’s Ball” star replied, “A strip club, yes.” She then added, “I stripped, I stripped,” leaving the “WAP” hitmaker in shock with her mouth agape.
“I stripped. You heard it here. I stripped,” Halle further stressed, prompting Cardi to ask in disbelief, “For real?” The 55-year-old actress then began to share her story about how she ended up dancing on the pole.
Halle said that for her role as a stripper in 1991’s film “The Last Boy Scout” with Bruce Willis and Damon Wayans, she had to “go try it out.” She practiced at West Hollywood’s infamous Girls, Girls, Girls strip club on Sunset Boulevard where she “stripped for two days and two nights to see what it felt like and how much money” she would earn. She then boasted to Cardi that she “did good.”
Shortly after Halle posted the video, Cardi retweeted it and gushed about meeting the actress. “Sooo guys I can’t believe I met Halle Berry,” she wrote. “And let me tell you this tea, her skin is so soft…I wanted to bite her shoulder.”
Halle plays a disgraced MMA fighter named Jackie Justice, who reconnects with her estranged son, in “Bruised”. The movie is set to be released on Netflix on November 24. Cardi co-executive produced the soundtrack, which is due to come out on November 19 and features new music from Saweetie, H.E.R., City Girls, Flo Milli and Latto (previously Mulatto).
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