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Tracee Ellis Ross And Regina Hall Rapping 'Jumpman' Is Too Funny

The return of T-Murda!

Tracee Ellis Ross' rap alter ego, T-Murda, made her long awaited return on Thursday along with Regina Hall and we're rolling on the floor.

T-Murda, rocking the illest cornrow, bottom grillz and gold-hoop earring combo ever, took on the role of Drake while Hall, who guest starred on Wednesday night's "Black-ish" episode, played Future as they attempted to rap along to "Jumpman" and gain Young Metro's trust

The duo couldn't keep up as they read along with the lyrics, but their commentary sprinkled throughout made this priceless.

"Is that the same as syrzup?" T-Murda asked about Drake's reference to Robitussin.

The ladies follow their performance of "Jumpman" with a hilarious annotation of the song's lyrics.  

"We just sang a whole song about 'Jumpman.' Do you know what that is, cause I still do not," T-Murda asked Hall.

"Well, I know they're up to something," Hall responded.

The last time we saw Ross channel T-Murda was in August when she rapped "Antidote" by Travis Scott. Hopefully this means she's back for good. 

What a time!

Witness all of this greatness in the video above. 

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