Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Watch Dolly Parton Rap About Miley Cyrus, Duck Dynasty on The Queen Latifah Show


Just when you though you’d seen it all, Dolly Parton, 67, made her debut as a rapper on The Queen Latifah Show.

The country legend donned some big gold chains and a platinum blonde fro and performed a freestyle rap she wrote specially for Queen Latifah.

“I wanna talk to you about the queen,” she rapped. “Now, Queen Latifah, she the queen of hip-hop, rap, TV and screen. Now she the queen of her own hood, but I’m the queen of Dollywood!”

Her verse included shout-outs to Honey Boo Boo and the cast of Duck Dynansty, and she even poked fun at Miley Cyrus.

“I’m working, I’m twerking!” she rapped. “Hey Miley, I have your wrecking balls right here!”

The full version of Parton’s rap will air tonight on The Queen Latifah Show. This isn’t their first collaboration; Latifah and Parton co-starred in 2012’s Joyful Noise, playing rival gospel singers from a small town in Georgia. 

What did you think of Dolly Parton’s rap? Take our poll and tell us in the comments!

Lindsay Lowe
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