The comedian duo Aziz Ansari and Eric Wareheim’s “Famous” parody has created ripples among the fans, who now wonder whether or not the parody is the official video for the song.
“Famous” is a song by American rapper Kanye West from his album “The Life of Pablo” (2016). Sung by 38-year-old Kim Kardashian’s better-half , the tempting single features Rihanna.
Earlier this month, Ansari, 23 and his “Master of None” co-star Wareheim, 40 took a break from filming the “Master of None” season 2 in Rome to roam around the Italian capital. They simply stuff their faces, dance it out and eat fancy Italian pasta to the tune of Kanye West’s “Famous.”
In the parody, Aziz and Erin can be seen bromancing hard, of course, in a hilarious way. And if there is one person in this world who understands male bonding, it’s Kanye. So much so that he now made Ansari and Wareheim’s epic parody the official video for “Famous.” JASH confirmed the report yesterday morning saying, “Eric uploaded it on his own YouTube channel with the help of JASH, a comedy collective that he helped found, when Kanye agreed to have it be the official music video for the song.” JASH is a web-based comedy YouTube comedy channel created by Eric Wareheim’s and likes. Wareheim later confirmed the reports via Twitter, writing: “Told ya.” See that tweet below and watch the video for “Famous.”
This report turned out to be false, but Kanye’s team later reached to Vulture and conveyed that Kanye “thinks it’s great. It looks like the singer liked it very much.”
Have A quick Look At Aziz Ansari and Eric Wareheim’s Spoof:
Surrounded by controversies, the famous American hip-hop star might has scored some high popularity points through this Aziz-Eric’s funny video.