Jokey Joke: Grandma and Grandson Spend Quality Time with ‘Rack City’ (Video)

Grandma and Grandson rock out to "Rack City" by Tyga.

If you ever heard this song called “Rack City” by Tyga, some of you are already alarmed by the headline.  There has to be a way to connect to the younger generation, but we DO NOT recommend this particular approach.  A grandma and grandson on the computer looking up historical figures while she helps him with his homework, maybe.  Dancing and rapping to “Rack City”…C’MON SON!

Some of you will find this hilarious and quite entertaining riiiiiiight up until you get through the first few lyrics of the song.  My guess is that grandma may drink or there may be Alzheimer’s or something going on here.  But, this is not normal.  Again! THIS IS NOT NORMAL!  Check it out for yourself!  I dare you to get your grandma to just LISTEN to the song without slapping you upside the head!  This crazy boy doesn’t even let his grandma have the seat to chair dance. 

If there’s anyone out there that know these two, please let us know what’s going on here.  Enjoy!

-J.C. Brooks

9 thoughts on “Jokey Joke: Grandma and Grandson Spend Quality Time with ‘Rack City’ (Video)”

  1. That was too cute! Wonder if Grandma needed Excedrin PM that night, she was working it…

  2. So granny allows profanity.. Get it Granny.. Long way from what my Granny taught my bother, me and my son.. Hmmmm..

  3. lol, quite frankly she was rockin it! What’s a lil down time to kick it with your grandson? There are so many grandmothers bailing their grandson’s out of jail and Lord knows gettin hit upside the head by them. They are fortunate to be able to bond to something at that age! Go Granny 🙂

  4. Either she is the coolest grandma ever, deaf in both ears, or bonnie from Bonnie and Clyde and purposefully trying to raise a lil gangsta.

  5. I think this is amazing. Anybody too stuck up to see what a wonderful grandmother she is and how lucky her grandson is to have her is completely clueless as to how they should bond with the younger generation. Good luck “bonding” with your children/grandchildren!! With ideas like looking up historical figures as quality time you don’t have a chance.

  6. I am a grandmother I have a grandson who raps. I found this hysterically funny. It’s today…not yesterday where the writer seems to exist. Go granny go!

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