Stranger Things' Millie Bobby Brown Takes On Nicki Minaj Verse

09/02/2016
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(Radio.com) The kids from Stranger Things aren't just stellar actors, they all seem to have a musical side as well. Millie Bobby Brown (aka Eleven) proved that she's got mad rap skills when she performed Nicki Minaj's verse from Kanye West's 2010 track "Monster."

The moment occurred Wednesday night (August 31) during one of the games Jimmy Fallon likes to play on The Tonight Show. In "Stranger Strings," the young actors took turns reading an anonymous confession one of them had written, and then each decided who had confessed what by spraying that person with silly string.

When Fallon read that someone in the cast could rap Minaj's verse, they all immediately sprayed Brown. After being covered, she was obliging enough to perform it flawlessly while Quest Love accompanied her on drums. Brown's fierce moment begins at the 4:20 mark. Watch it here.

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