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She over trying to twirl a mf , I’m out here helpless lol and she helping lol but it comes with a price lmao , gotta have somebody that’s gone love u with and without but u can’t stay without too long lol love u @adizthebam my Queen, wanna see the rest check out my #igtv 📺
As Lil Scrappy continues to recover from the injuries he suffered in his car accident earlier this summer, his wife Bambi Benson took time to play a little prank on him.
As Bam, who is pregnant with the couple’s first child together, wheeled the rapper out toward the boat dock, she pretended as if she was going to push him over the edge.
“‘Bout time you start rolling yourself,” she says.
“Aye, aye, aye!” Scrappy says, his voice getting a little shaky as he nears the water. “This ain’t no goddamn ‘[Diary of a Mad Black Woman],’ man. At least that n—a had a tub. That’s an ocean!”
“C’mon. Imma see if you can stop yourself,” Bambi says to her stunned husband before counting to three.
“She over [here] trying to twirl a mf. I’m out here helpless lol and she helping lol but it comes with a price lmao, gotta have somebody that’s gone love u with and without but u can’t stay without too long,” he captioned the clip. “Lol love u @adizthebam my Queen, wanna see the rest check out my #igtv 📺.”
The interaction had fans bursting into laughter over the “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta” stars.
“🤣🤣🤣 I thought the wife was ’bout to send you swimming.”
“‘We all going, all 3 of us.’ 😂😂😂😂”
“That made me nervous! Stop playing girl! One slip it’s a done deal! Ain’t no fly like a eagle down here lol 😂.”
“That ‘aye aye’ had me weak 🤣.”
“😂😂😂😂😂awww no @adizthebam don’t do him like that lol.”
Other fans wished Scrappy a swift recovery following a June 3 accident that initially left him almost unconscious. The rapper was seriously injured after a car his friend was driving from a Miami strip club collided with a pole. He was left with a broken foot that needed surgery.
And just last week, he had a set back after falling out of his wheelchair and being left in pain.
“Good to hear you doing better, Scrap.”