Open Thread: Rico Nasty Brought Her Son On Stage And I'm Not Crying, You're Crying

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Rico Nasty, the rapper who brought the world such gems including “Smack a Bitch,” “Rage,” and “Big Titties,” recently blessed us with one of the most wholesome celebrity kid videos that I’ve seen in a while.

Rico brought her 4-year-old son, Cameron, on stage with her for his birthday to sing his favorite song—Post Malone and Swae Lee’s “Sunflower,” from the essentially perfect animated film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. I can’t write too much about how perfect Spider-Verse is because I will start crying onto my keyboard but let’s just say that on every level, this video is cute as shit.


Seriously, try not to melt just a little as you watch this little Black boy clutching his Spider-Man figurine in one hand and his mom’s hand in the other. And when she pulls out the Spider-Man mask? I was a puddle on the floor.

Also, note his Darth Vader Christmas sweater. Not shocking considering who his mom is, but this little Miles Morales is already cool.

Freelance writer & night blogger at Jezebel. Lover of television, astrology, and sandwiches.

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I was so thrown off by the tag “Saturday Night Social” I had to check the calendar. I guess Jezebel is closed for the holidays, then?

Anyway, question: how long does it take you to get over a lost love, or a crush or someone you wanted to spend your life with but it didn’t turn out that way? After the sensible and realistic part of your brain has accepted that you won’t have a happily ever after, how long did you still have feelings and think of the person? What’s the longest you’ve ever been hung up on someone, even though your rational side knows it won’t happen?