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Tracee Ellis Ross TMurda is back ya’ll, but this time, with a special collaborator.

Tracee Ellis Ross introduced her alter ego, TMurda to the world last year and after a small hiatus, the actress/rapper is back and in full effect. On Thursday, Ross attempted to rap Future and Drake’s hit “Jumpman” alongside actress, Regina Hall.

Hall, who guest starred on ABC’s Black-ish on Wednesday night, can be seen sitting alongside Murda as they take on the popular track. “Jumpman, jumpman , jumpman, Them boys up to something,” the two rapped.

While both ladies killed it, we have to give Hall credit for presumably knowing some of the lyrics ahead of time. Tracee, however, did admit she was a bit confused. “There’s chicken wings and fries, but then there’s sushi…. #TMurda is so confused,” the actress wrote on Instagram.

After the song, the pair then went on to discuss the lyrics. “We just sang a whole song about jumpman. Do you know what that is because I still do not,” Ross asked Regina.

Regain quipped, “Well, I know they’re up to something.”

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Eniko Hart Slays On First Red Carpet Since Giving Birth; Hear What Kevin Hart Had To Say!

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Kevin Hart may be the star in the family, but it’s his wife Eniko Hart who stole the show during the premiere for his flick “Jumani: Welcome To The Jungle”.

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It was Mrs. Hart’s first red carpet since giving birth to the couple’s first child, Kenzo Kash, just three weeks ago. To say it was a snapback is an understatement. The 30-year-old, who worked out during her entire pregnancy, look sexy and svelt in a elegant black number while her superstar hubby hit the carpet in a black suit with white trim.

Although the couple faced some bumps in the road earlier this year with Kev being extorted over a video showing him cheating on his wife, the couple has bounced back. And on Tuesday night’s jungle-themed red carpet Hart told HipHollywood, “My wife is just an amazing woman … I would not be me right now without that woman in my life.”

You can see Kev, alongside Dewayne “The Rock” Johnson, Jack Black and more, when “Jumani: Welcome To The Jungle” hits theaters on December 20th.

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