Watch what happens when 3 stoned grandparents listen to trap music for the first time
While the internet has already been graced with a viral video of three grandmas smoking weed for the first time, producer Mac Lethal went the next level with his documentation of inebriated elders. Recruiting three grandparents based in Kansas City, Missouri to get high and interpret trap music for their very first time, Lethal and his crew caught their hilarious reactions on film.
What ensues is not a bunch of angry old people wondering how our generation listens to such garbage, but rather thoughtful contemplation over the music’s true meaning. The first song listened to, “Flex” by Rich Homie Quan, caused widespread confusion over the lyrics; when asked to imitate what the rapper sounded like, 74 year-old Jimmie began reciting a bunch of grunts and moans. Possibly the best reactions, however, were sparked by Fetty Wap’s hit “Trap Queen.” Doug, the oldest participant in the group, pointed out that the rapper might be a history buff: “In 1738 [that he talks about in the clip], England declared war on Spain. If that’s the case, when he talks about the ‘Trap Queen,’ that could mean Queen Caroline!” An interesting observation, indeed.