Halle Berry Made Young M.A. Blush Talking About ‘Weird’ Turn On’s, Kid Cudi Reacts!

Halle Berry attends Netflix's “Bruised” NY Tastemaker at The Roxy on November 19
(Photo by Monica Schipper/Getty Images for Netflix)

An interview Halle Berry had with Young M.A. is going viral.

In the clip, Halle and the Brooklyn rapper talk about “weird turn-ons.” Before Halle stated hers, she said she’s not sure if you’d consider her turn on “weird,” but the Catwoman actress enjoys tongue action. Halle said,

“I don’t know if this is weird, but I like when you’re kissing someone, and they like, kinda suck the tongue. It might not be weird, but that turns me on.” In the video, you can see Young M.A.’s face light up, and she replied with a thumbs up, 

“That’s not weird, that’s not weird. That is absolutely perfect.”

Hot New Hip Hop points out Kid Cudi caught wind of the exchange and replied, “noted.” Take a look:

Last week, the two went viral after a video showed Halle showing love to Young M.A. The “Hello Baby” rapper said,

“wow! I appreciate you, QUEEN!! I’m on the Bruised Soundtrack November 19 on all platforms, and I’m excited for Bruised the movie [dropping] Nov 24TH on Netflix!!” She continued, “Oh my God, y’all gave no idea. Wow. Love.” Halle responded and said, “that’s my baby.”

Halle is making her directorial debut in the upcoming Netflix film, Bruised. The actress also stars in the movie about an M.M.A. fighter, Jackie Justice, who is determined to win and get her son back that she put up for adoption. It’ll be out on November 24.

Halle and Cardi B. curated the soundtrack for Bruised. They made history producing the first-ever all-female album, with features from Young M.A, Cardi B., Saweetie, City Girls, Latto, Flo Milli, Baby Tate, Dream Doll, H.E.R, Rapsody, and Erica Banks. It’s a six-song project, and it was released on November 19. 

In a recent interview, Halle spoke on the film/album. She said, “I can’t wait to show it. I have to tell you, one of the things I’m most excited about is the title song that H.E.R. sang… and she killed it.” She continued, 

“I realized that I can do what I want to do and found something I was passionate about. I love seeing these women of color who are now writing, directing, producing – telling their own stories.”

Will you be tuned in?