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Stranger Things' Millie Bobby Brown Raps Nicki Minaj Like A Boss

Melissa Sahagian | PopWrapped Author

Melissa Sahagian

09/05/2016 11:44 am
PopWrapped | Celebrities
Stranger Things' Millie Bobby Brown Raps Nicki Minaj Like A Boss | stranger things
Media Courtesy of NBC

On Wednesday night, the kids from Stranger Things appeared on The Tonight Show. Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven), Finn Wolfhard (Mike), Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin), and Caleb McLaughlin (Lucas) sat down with Jimmy Fallon to play a brand new game called "Stranger Strings."

The rules are slightly less complicated than Dungeons & Dragons: Before the game, each player writes down a little-known fact about themselves. Players take turns reading each fact, and, on the count of three, all players spray silly string at the player they think wrote the fact. Simple rules, hilarious outcomes (including Jimmy asking Finn, "Can you read?" and Finn responding, "Can you host?").

We learned that Caleb still sleeps with a nightlight and that Gaten cried in front of his third grade class after being startled by a fire alarm. Finn cut his chin open after falling into a desk mid-cartwheel while dancing -- where was the request for a cartwheel demonstration, Jimmy?

Jimmy also filled out a card revealed he eats french fries on his hamburger, and the kids gave him quite a bit of backlash for that one.

Most notably though, Millie wrote that she can perfectly rap Nicki Minaj's verse in Kanye West's "Monster." And with some support from The Roots, she jumped right in to rapping. 

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Not only is she a phenomenal rapper, but she doesn't miss a beat, even while being bombarded with silly string from her friends.

Do you want five and a half minutes of pure entertainment and laughs?

Watch Jimmy Fallon's full game of "Stranger Strings" right here:

If you still didn't get your fill of these adorable, talented kids, don't worry. Season 2 of Stranger Things will be streaming on Netflix in 2017. Until then, we can just keep listening to Millie rap "Monster" on repeat.


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