Five Rappers Who Need To Be In Horror Films
Halloween’s taking place this weekend and in celebration of the upcoming holiday, I’ve come up with a list of rappers who need their own horror film. Whether it’s their looks and appearances that makes them frightful or their freaky personalities, these five artists would certainly make big money if they hit the box office.
With Rick Ross being the big, really big, guy he is, he can play a variety of roles in a horror film. From a blob-like creature that eats everything in it’s path to a Big Foot/ Sasquatch Chewbacca type of monster, Ross will own the role, and own it well.
Wicked witch? Yep. Crazy-psycho mental patient? Exactly. A sexy but deadly Freddy Krugger? Of course. A mother f*ckin’ monster? Without question. Nicki Minaj is known for multiple personality spazzing on records, and she makes the crazy work. She’s proven she’s a monster on records, so it’s only fitting she move on to film.
Lil Wayne—need I say more? Maybe it’s the sharp-looking platinum grill that scares me. Perhaps its the Frankenstein vein and the face tattoos that bug me out. Whether it’s a demon, the devil himself, a ghoul or a goblin, Wayne’s one scary looking dude. By the way, he’ll be out of jail next week.
There was once a time when Lil Kim was a sex icon in music—all the girls wanted to be like her, and all the guys wanted to do her. These days, she’s a perfect example of what happens when you’re plastic surgery happy. I can definitely see Kimmy having the lead role in Attack of the Cat Lady. Perhaps she could play the role of Mystique if they come out with an X-Men movie, because Kim’s appearance changes every time she steps out on the scene. Either way, if I hear she got a part in a Wes Craven movie, I won’t be surprised one bit.
Hands down, Flavor Flav has to be the scariest looking dude in hip-hop. You’re probably wondering what role he can get in a horror film. Take your pick: Gollum from Lord of the Rings, a zombie in Resident Evil, or even one of those little voodoo dolls from Tales From The Hood. If all the rappers above were in a competition to be cast for a scary movie, Flav would blow everyone out the water. Ironically enough, he has his own Halloween costume.