The movie “The Players Club” has been making headlines over the last several days as reality stars like Draya Michele and Joseline Hernandez have expressed interest in portraying LisaRaye McCoy’s character, Diana “Diamond” Armstrong, should there ever be a reboot for the 1998 comedy-drama.
It now appears that all that chatter about who should play whom has sparked rapper Mulatto into playing dress-up herself. On Monday, March 9, the “B-tch from Da Souf” emcee uploaded a series of photos of herself portraying veteran exotic dancer Ronnie, played by actress Chrystale Wilson.
In the gallery of snaps, Mulatto was spotted wearing Ronnie’s iconic blond half ponytail, and, of course, the swoop bang. (Who could forget the swoop.) The rapper sported a two-piece Dior Monogram 2 Stripe Trotter Bikini set. Mulatto also accessorized her look with a pair of knee-high light blue suede boots, a vintage-style pair of white sunglasses, and large gold door-knocker earrings. The 22-year-old struck several poses, including one where she leaned over as she stuck her tongue out, with her massive red dragon tattoo also on full display.
Still, no Ronnie homage is complete without an iconic quote from the character herself. The rapper captioned her post with Ronnie’s words, writing, “Use what you got to get what you want and stop messing with this chump change 💋.”
The “In and Out” rapper’s post garnered over 732,500 likes from fans praising her on her rendition of Ronnie, including one user who wrote, “ITS ALWAYS GIVING WHAT ITS SUPPOSE TO GAVE 😍😍😍.” “She is thick and working that outfit,” another fan commented. “Definitely giving Ronnie😍😍,” echoed others.
“Not me thinking she a judge for american idol 😭,” a third person quipped. A fourth user commented, “Don’t be using those Ronnie Nd Trick’s hoe quotes 😂😂 yass mulatto u givin off vibes.”
Several others thought Mulatto looked like a life-sized barbie, while many believed this was her way of announcing that a new project was potentially on the way. “Yeah this definitely for your NEXT single 👀👀👀,” a fan for the rapper wrote in the comments section.