Todrick Hall is an American Idol alum, but he first made it onto my radar when I saw his Mean Girls parody, Mean Gurlz. It was, at the time, everything I needed in my life and I made myself an immediate subscriber to his YouTube channel. Since then, Toddy Hall has gifted my life with other classics such as I Wanna Be on Glee, Mean Boyz, Spell Block Tango, and Beauty and the Beat.
Toddy most recently released Chicago-inspired musical parody entitled Cell Block Django, which features some of the most “ratchet” and popular instances of female celebrities bringing the rage and drama in recent pop culture. Those include Nicki Minaj, Rihanna, Solange and Beyoncé Knowles, Sharkeisha, and Mariah Carey.
The lyrics to this one are all kinds of hilarious! I died at “Rihanna’s”
Riri don’t need ya
So bye, Felicia
I told that rude boy to take a bow
I don’t think her accent sounds Bajan at all! If anything, she sounds like a stereotypical latina, struggling with English. The girl portraying Beyoncé absolutely slayed, the voice was on point and every one of her movements was reminiscent of Mrs Carter… down to the tossing of the hair. However, can we just acknowledge how flawless the Mariah impersonation was? Seriously, I demand to see a time-stamped video of the “real” Mariah Carey at another location when this video was filmed to prove that this isn’t actually her!