Latto dropped the video to her remix of “Put It On Da Floor” (“Put It On Da Floor Again”) late on June 1. The remix features Cardi B and features the pair running riot in a grocery store. Also featured in the remix, in a brief cameo, is LSU superstar Angel Reese. Reese is college basketball’s it girl right now, shooting to national prominence after a standout 2022-23 campaign. Furthermore, Reese also recently linked up with Karl-Anthony Towns for a new commercial to air during the NBA Finals.
Worlds further collided thanks to one of Cardi B’s lines in the song. At one point in her verse, Cardi drops the bar, “I been ballin’ so damn hard, could’ve went to LSU.” The music video is currently #3 on YouTube’s music trending page. However, it’s not the only LSU connection to “Put It On Da Floor” in recent weeks. Star freshman Flau’jae Johnson was forced to apologize after adding a 9/11 reference to her own freestyle remix.
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LSU Offers Cardi A Link Up
Following the release of the music video, LSU was quick to respond to the shoutout. “ok @iamcardib we’re ready for you,” the account for the women’s basketball team tweeted out. They included an image of Cardi B in an LSU jersey and an insert of her tweet shouting out her shout-out. After the video dropped, Cardi had tweeted “I BEEN BALLIN SO DEUM HARD COULD OF BEEN TO LSUUUU !!!!!!!” in response to someone pointing out the Reese cameo.
If Cardi accepts, she would be the latest in a long line of stars to link up with the team. Lil Wayne, DJ Khaled, and Ja Morant have all been seen with various members of the team. Furthermore, Cardi’s 5″3 frame wouldn’t prevent her from shooting some hoops in Baton Rogue. According to the NCAA, there was one 5″2 player (McKenna Hofschild, Colorado State) and two 5″4 players (Addie Porter, Chattanooga, and Lauren Park-Lane, Seton Hall) last season. If Cardi does accept the invite, you know we’ll have all the details here at HotNewHipHop.
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