Tom Hanks Gets Hardcore Gangsta Rap Makeover, Son Signals Approval (NSFW)

Rap group Buckwheat Groats digitally insert the Academy Award winner into their music video, earning thumbs up from his rapper son, Chet Haze

Last Updated: August 4, 2014 @ 10:53 AM

Tom Hanks has been given a very not-safe-for-work gangsta rap makeover by a comedic hip-hop group, earning the thumbs up from his rapper son.

Rap duo Buckwheat Groats paid an irreverent tribute to the Academy Award winner in a new over-the-top music video entitled, “Tom Hanks.”

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The clip features Hanks digitally inserted into various strip clubs, doing drugs, flashing gang signs and living the rap star lifestyle.

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“There are a lot of great actors out there in the world,” the duo exclaim. “Vince Vaughn comes to mind. David Duchovny. But there’s only one man you can call the greatest.”

“Hanks, Hanks, b*tch, I’m Tom Hanks,” sings the chorus. “Got that Nora Ephron white and that bomb dank.”

A CGI Meg Ryan dances suggestively, while “Hanks” dances to the hip hop track.

Hanks rapper son Chet Haze (aka Chester M. Hanks) endorsed the video in a tweet. “@BUCKWHEATGROATS thank you for this work of genius.”

No word yet on whether the actor endorsed his participation in this very off-color musical ode.

Watch the NSFW music video below:

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