2 Chainz, the popular Grammy Award-winning rapper recently released a music video called ‘Toni’. He was seen hitting RKO(signature move of WWE star, Randy Orton) to a model on a bed.
Randy Orton responds to 2 Chainz’ music video
Randy Orton’s signature move RKO is one of the most destructive signatures in the WWE history and he has put over many stars in the past. Recently, the move has also been used for memes and has become very famous.
2 Chainz, the American rapper was witnessed performing the RKO on a model in his ‘Toni’ music video. He had taken to Twitter and stated that models were not harmed during the shoot(referring to the RKO move).
He wrote, “No models were harmed in the making of this video [smiling face with closed eyes emoji] it was all fun .. #Toni Video out now.”
Check out the Tweet below:
— Tity Boi (2 Chainz) (@2chainz) November 18, 2020
Randy Orton was amazed to see the rapper hit the RKO in his music video and responded with a Tweet.
“Saw new @2chainz music vid and homie hit my finish! #RKHoHoHo [Santa Claus emoji] #outtanowhere
Orton also responded after putting the video clip in the Instagram post and stating that if 2 Chainz is planning on to feature the RKO in his future videos then he could reach out to The Viper to improve his technique.
He wrote, “Just saw @2chainz used my finish in his new music video #Toni [eyes emoji] #RKHoHoHo [Santa Claus emoji] hit me up for your next video and I’ll help you with your form!”
Check out Tweet and Instagram post below:
— Randy Orton (@RandyOrton) November 19, 2020
Watch the Toni music video below:
On the latest edition of Monday Night Raw, Randy Orton had lost the WWE Championship against Drew McIntyre, who has started his second reign after emerging victorious that night.
The Scottish Psychopath will collide with WWE Universal Champion, Roman Reigns at the upcoming pay-per-view WWE Survivor Series. The event is set to take place on Sunday, November 22 at WWE Thunderdome at Amway Center in Orlando, Florida.
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