Fast and the Furious's Ludacris defends his CGI muscles

Laurence Mozafari
Photo credit: YouTube

From Digital Spy

Fast and the Furious 8 star Ludacris' latest music video 'Vitamin D' features him sporting giant CGI muscles that make his co-star The Rock look as puny as, erm, Chris Rock...

And now the rapper has been called out on his ridiculously fake abs in a new interview with Conan O'Brien.

Aside from referring to himself in the third person and telling women to get all the 'Vitamin D' they need (yep, he means penis, rather than the glorious boost you get from sunshine), he also responded to the abs controversy.

"I have no idea what they're talking about," Ludacris joked. "I worked hard for those abs and that chest, man."

"Yeah, CTRL, Alt, 7 on the computer," quipped Conan. "Did you think you were going to get away with that?"

"I knew 100% that I would, because this is typical Ludacris behaviour, if anybody has seen any of my videos, this is 100% meant to be. I like having fun like you, I like to joke, I don't take myself too serious.

Photo credit: Ludacris / YouTube

"Ludacris means beyond crazy, wild, ridiculous, this is all meant to be, so I'm giving everybody great entertainment."

Conan's sidekick Andy Richter then hilariously compared the muscles to the sort of artwork you see on the side of a fun fair ride.

Ludacris and his Fast and Furious fam have finally unleashed their film to the critics – you can read some of the review reactions here, along with the Digital Spy verdict.

Meanwhile, Vin Diesel recently cleared up all those rumours about a feud with the nicest man in Hollywood, Dwayne Johnson, while The Rock could be getting his very own spin-off movie.

It's also been rumoured that a major character could make a comeback to the franchise, oh, and newcomer Scott Eastwood has said he can sense the spirit of Paul Walker on set.

Fast & Furious 8 will hit cinemas on April 14 in the US and the UK.

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