RYAN Phillippe — the actor best known for ‘90s movies Cruel Intentions and I Know What You Did Last Summer — has stepped up to the mic.
The 42-year-old wrapped up a 30-minute interview on SiriusXM’s Sway in the Morning in the US by whipping out a rap he prepared on his phone’s notes.
“This is so not right, man,” Phillippe said before pulling out his pre-written lyrics on Tuesday.
“If I’m gonna take a shot I’m not planning on missing / Bob Lee swagger with the Smith and Wesson / But I can duck down, too / Got P tatted on my arm so I keep Roc around, too,” he rapped.
His spitfire verses continued with mentions of the presidential election, his movie Cruel Intentions and jealousy.
“Crash into me with Cruel Intentions and I’ll take away your girl and do some things that we won’t mention,” he rapped.
He continued: “I know what she did last summer in the front seat of my Caddy no I don’t drive a Hummer / I’m trying to keep it clean ’cause I’m a father and a daddy if you know what I mean.”
“I can still get inspired like when an actor comes on Sway and starts spittin’ some fire like Shia / Shia was nice man / LaBeouf was a beast and there will be no disrespect ’cause I don’t want no LaBeef.”
During the show, Phillippe also talked about his new film Wish Upon.
The father of three was previously married to actress Reese Witherspoon.
Watch Phillippe debut his rapping skills at 22:07 below.
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Originally published as Who knew Ryan Phillippe could rap like this