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  /  10.29.2021

Saweetie has shown off her Halloween costume — with the help of Halle Berry — and she did not disappoint.

On Friday (Oct. 29), the “Best Friend” emcee took to social media to release a 23-second video of herself as Catwoman. In the clip, which took place on a rooftop, the Bay Area native sported a re-creation of Berry’s 2004 Catwoman outfit from the popular film. ”You see, sometimes I’m good,” Saweetie said, while lip-synching to the actresses’ actual dialogue from the film. “Oh, I’m very good. But sometimes I’m bad — but only as bad as I wanna be.”

Berry then walked in and asked, “What the hell is going on here?” Saweetie responded, “I’m just trying to get out here and get these coins.” After an “intense staredown,” the Monster’s Ball actress said, “I know dat’s right,” a phrase often used by the self-proclaimed Icy Girl.

Berry posted the video to her Twitter account with the caption, “There’s enough room for more than one Catwoman,” while the “My Type” rapper captioned her post, “had to put on for the best Catwoman to ever do it. @halleberry #Saweetaween.”

Aside from killing the costume game, Saweetie has been securing bag after bag following her highly successful McDonald’s partnership. On Thursday (Oct. 28), she revealed that she was tapped to be the new face of Crocs — a comfortable slip-on shoe that millions of people love to wear.

Last month, she shared that she was chosen to be the new face of MAC Cosmetics. “Saweetie’s message of self-confidence and female empowerment is the perfect match for a brand like MAC that has always embraced unapologetic self-expression with open arms,” Drew Elliott, MAC SVP and Global Creative Director, said. “She has always loved our products, she told me she has swallowed pounds of MAC lip gloss in her life.”

Check out Saweetie’s video with Berry below.


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