Halle Berry Talks Being Title-Dropped In Songs: I am ‘Flattered’ I am Nonetheless Remembered

Halle Berry has been referenced in so many songs she will be able to’t decide a favourite. 

The Oscar winner resurfaced a 2019 clip on Twitter on Wednesday, the place she mentioned being name-dropped in songs, throughout an look on the favored YouTube collection, “Scorching Ones.”

When requested by host Sean Evans — who stated Berry is “in all probability probably the most referenced actress within the historical past of hip-hop” — if the actor had a favourite point out, Berry in contrast the references to having youngsters. 

“I consider these references like my youngsters in a means,” she stated with fun. “There’s no means I may decide one, I like all these artists, I’m all the time flattered when any one in all them embody me, and that they nonetheless bear in mind me.” 

“To select one, could be like selecting my daughter or my son — you realize, I like all of them,” added Berry, who’s mother to daughter Nahla and son Maceo. 

Berry tweeted on Wednesday that she all the time will get requested that query, so her reply from the “Scorching Ones” episode ought to make it clear she doesn’t play favorites. 

As Evans famous on the time, Berry has been referenced in a slew of rap songs by artists, together with Jay-Z, Nas, Kanye West and OutKast. 

“The Tonight Present” host Jimmy Fallon advised Berry in 2019 that she had been referenced in over 100 songs. 

However the admiration for Berry goes past music lyrics. 

Fallon additionally identified that the Los Angeles Rams had apparently named a play after the “Catwoman” actor. 

Berry was conscious of the play herself, in 2018 she responded to a tweet that featured a clip of a NFL recreation, in which you’ll be able to hear Rams quarterback Jared Goff yell, “Halle Berry!” 

“Maintain up.  @JaredGoff16 @RamsNFL- What’s a “Halle Berry”??” she tweeted on the time. 

“It’s my favourite play ever,” he responded


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