Ludacris’ new music video for his song “Vitamin D” is raising eyebrows, as it opens with the artist marching into a waiting room full of thirsty ladies with his hoodie open, revealing an unbelievably defined torso (see below). So unbelievable, it’s clearly CGI. That hasn’t stopped people from arguing that Ludacris thought we’d be tricked by his distorted pecs.
TMZ caught Ludacris exiting the club and asked him about his unrealistic muscle mass. “It’s not supposed to be, it’s Ludacris,” he said, or maybe he meant “ludicrous.” Hard to tell when your name is an adjective. He added, “Obviously they haven’t seen my old video.” That’s likely a reference to 2004's "Get Back" video, in which Luda sported CGI arm muscles.
Given the opportunity, the Internet will roast anyone to death, but in this case Ludacris seems to be in on the joke. His Twitter timeline is full of RTs about the abs and comments from himself like, “Y'all ain't f***in wit my terrible gains!”
You can watch the video and judge for yourself if Luda was trying to fool anybody with his new bod: