Eddie From 'That's So Raven' Is A Rapper Now
You guys remember Orlando Brown, right?
You know who I'm talking about: the nice and funny guy who starred as Eddie on Disney's Channel's "That's So Raven." Yeah, that guy has, uh, changed.
Brown, who played the role of Raven's best friend for all four season of the show, is 29-years-old now. He's also a rapper, believe it or not.
In fact, we have a visual aid for you. Here he is in one of music videos, for a song called "No Fear," where he's dancing at a cemetery with shades on, a cigar in his hand and wearing a Gucci fanny pack (for some reason).
Brown does interviews like all the other rappers do, too. Here he is in a sit-down with YouTube sensation DJ Vlad, explaining the meaning behind one of some of his lyrics.
Oh, by the way, I should mention something: Our man Orlando has been talking about Raven, a lot. Like, in the creepiest ways possible.
OK, now roll the tape.
LOOOOOOL HE DID WHAT TO RAVEN? pic.twitter.com/Uxubt13Je8 — yas (@YasminSwann_) November 22, 2016
Just so we're clear on what just happened, "Eddie" just described a supposedly intimate moment with Raven by doing this.
Yeah, this is exactly why Orlando Brown has been going viral lately.
Every so often, his name will pop up for making off-the-wall comments or popping out of a bath tub to sing an R-rated rendition of "Under The Sea."
Most recently, though, it's what he's been saying about Raven that has gotten the most attention.
This week it happened again, with another video surfacing of him hilariously (and, if we're being honest, disturbingly) talking about his relationship with his former co-star.
This dude been describing how he ate Raven Symone p*ssy for like 3 months And nobody asked him if she had wack p*ssy or was it LIT pic.twitter.com/RZg3XPtgTA — DJ Akademiks (@IamAkademiks) December 8, 2016
Now you know a running theme in his recent interviews.
As for his other videos, you're just going to have to seek them out at your own just discretion because they're a bit... much.
Just know that Eddie from "That's So Raven," is different now, and his odd videos are all the proof you need.