Erykah Badu Freestyles About What She Would Do 'For The D**k'

LOS ANGELES, CA - FEBRUARY 09:  Singer Erykah Badu attends the 8th Annual Essence Black Women in Music Event at NeueHouse Hollywood on February 9, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by David Livingston/Getty Images)

Erykah Badu Freestyles About What She Would Do 'For The D**k'


PUBLISHED ON : SEPTEMBER 25, 2017 / 01:13 PM

If you just so happened to miss the soul cypher of eccentric singer Erykah Badu, worry not, because she’s coming at you with another set of bars in 2017.

Actually, your worries are better left with all of the daring (and hilarious) things she said she’d do for her man’s endowment in the latest freestyle challenge she’s taking on.

Complete with a mic and all the freestyle vibes a studio has to offer, Badu spits over a hip-hop beat for her “#ForTheD**kChallenge.” Taking it way back to her 2010 days, Erykah builds up against the rhythm with knee-slap-worthy bars about the craziest and most dangerous sacrifices we’d never imagine in a million years that she would make.

“Give up my ‘Window Seat’ for the d**k,” she raps. “F**k it, I’ll eat meat for the d**k/Fight Hurricane Maria for the d**k/Ride a missile from Korea for the d**k.”

Comedian Michael Blackson also shows up for another spin on the challenge with his "#ForTheP***y" verse. As for Badu, she's got a laundry list of things she's willing to do for it, which also includes stuff we wouldn’t catch Fat Belly Bella dead doing — that is, unless it’s “for the d**k.”

“Let ‘em call me a h* for the d**k/Baby daddy No. 4 for the d**k/Buck a b***h in the head for the d**k/F**k woke, I’m dead for the d**k.”

The hilariously raunchy freestyle challenge was spurred from an Instagram video shared by Girls Trip breakout actress and comedy star Tiffany Haddish, with two women knocking out a beat on the dashboard of the car their inside while one spits bar-for-bar all of the daring deeds she’d do “for the d**k” as well.  

See the Baduizm mix of the challenge and the original version below.  

Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photo: David Livingston/Getty Images)


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