THE View’s Sunny Hostin has shared a music video in which her son Gabe raps about his student housing at Harvard.
Gabriel joined his schoolmates for a video that finds the group rapping about their college experience thus far.
The View’s Sunny Hostin shared a peek at her son Gabe’s rapping skills in a new videoGetty ImagesIn the video, Gabe raps about his new school dorm, Quincy HouseYouTube
The video was posted in celebration of Harvard’s Housing Day 2023.
Sunny captioned her post: “Harvard housing is the day (the Thursday before Spring Break) that Harvard freshmen find out which house they will live in during their sophomore, junior, and senior years. Gabriel lives in Quincy. Had no idea we had a rapper in the family…”
The Harvard student, 21, could be seen clad in a black puffer jacket as he joined other students in rapping about his new home at Quincy House.
The cypher, which features several verses, talks about the house’s “Penguins,” as they’re called.
The lyrics include references to how “delicious” the dining hall’s food is, Quincy’s community, and how “bright” anyone’s future is who finds themselves placed in the house.
Sunny was clearly proud of her boy’s contributions to the video, as well as his part in the rap song.
Meanwhile, Sunny hinted there’s one particular device that she uses when her husband is not around.
During Friday’s episode of The View, Sunny and her co-host Sara Haines welcomed Gretta Monahan into the studio to talk to them about some beauty products used by A-listers.
“The Oscars are this Sunday night so we’re pulling back the curtain by offering half off the secrets the stars use to get red carpet ready,” Sara announced to viewers at home.
“So let’s get shopping with our dear friend Gretta Monahan,” she added as the live studio audience applauded them.
“These are all about the stars’ secrets,” Gretta shard as she demonstrated skincare products, hair removal devices, and nail polish colors.
As the three women moved along the stands, they ended up inspecting a teeth whitening product.
“Now, we all want to achieve a bright, white smile just like the stars,” Gretta said as she introduced the GLO Science product.
“I use this!” Sunny admitted as Sara, 45, leaned in to pick up the device and place it in her own mouth.
Sunny, 54, giggled as she told Sara: “Just wait till Max is not around and then you can stick it in!” referring to Sara’s husband Max Shifrin.
Elsewhere on Friday’s episode, Sunny admitted she would let her co-host Joy Behar slap her for $40million dollars as the panel discussed last year’s wild Oscars slap.
Joy, 80, discussed how much this year’s producers should lean into the tense moment, when mom-of-two Sunny made her bold claim.
Joy kicked off the topic by sharing this year’s Oscars producers claimed they plan to lean into Will Smith slapping Chris Rock last year in a humorous way.
She then asked the panel how much they think producers should lean into it.
Sunny retaliated by stating: “I don’t think they should lean into it – I think they should mention it.”
After sharing her opinions, she continued: “I mean, Chris Rock made $40million. I don’t like violence, but I think you could slap me for $40million.”
Joy exclaimed: “I could do it right now!” as Sunny shrugged and raised her arms.
Sara then butted in and joked: “I would do it for much less.”
The panel also had a rather tense discussion about horoscope signs that turned into a deep dive into the supernatural.
As Sara, Sunny, and their co-host Alyssa Farah Griffin all revealed their astrological auras, Joy was having none of it.
“I think it’s a bunch of BS,” Joy said under her breath.
“No, no, Joy!” Sara immediately screamed back, before confessing: “My whole marriage is based on an astrological sign.”
A baffled Joy reached back to her Yiddish roots and declared: “I can’t stand all that bubbe meise,” which translates to old wives tales.
The video was made in celebration of Harvard Housing Day 2023InstagramGabriel is part of the Quincy House at Harvard, which is home to the ‘Penguins’InstagramThe rap song featured lyrics about the house’s delicious food, sense of community, and pride among the students thereInstagram