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Anne Hathaway relaxes by writing rap song about paparazzi

Washington , Thu, 18 Aug 2011 ANI

Washington, Aug 18 (ANI): 'Valentine's Day' actress Anne Hathaway has revealed that she penned a rap song about the attention the paparazzi give her in order to relax and forget about the pressures of fame.

 

Hathaway, 28, who plays Catwoman in upcoming Batman movie 'The Dark Knight Rises', said she wrote the song in famous rapper Lil' Wayne's style to relieve some of her frustrations.

 

"With all the stuff that's been going on with 'Batman', the paparazzi attention's been a little intense so I actually wrote a rap song about it. It's in the style of Lil' Wayne," Contactmusic quoted her as telling talk show host Conan O'Brien.

 

The actress then went on to reveal the tune she had written on the attention she got from the paparazzi.

 

"Yo I'm a paparazzi/ I don't play no yatzi/I go pap-pap-pap my camera's up your crutch/ See I tell the truth from what I see and sell it to Perez Hilty/ Don't call my scuzzy making money that's my job celeb photography," she rapped.

 

"What hell no I'm not needy I'm legit no stalk-a-razzi don't act so hartzy tartzy bitch I know that you're from Jersey/ Pap-pap-pap-pap scream all you want won't make me stop/ Pap-pap-pap-pap I know you love to feel my pop," she added. (ANI)

 


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