Reese Witherspoon Sells Her Father's Car To Rapper Offset - Fans Delighted To See Them On IG Live Together
As the world does what it must for the sake of thwarting the spread of the coronavirus, Reese Witherspoon was eager to collaborate. There's no question that many people - if not anxious about the loss of their job or their homes - are very bored at home eagerly awaiting the COVID-19 pandemic to come to a close.
On Wednesday, Reese Witherspoon partnered up with Offset from Migos on Instagram Live, joining the likes of other celebrities who have engaged in IG Live conversations for the benefit of their fans. Reportedly, Witherspoon and Offset joined up to promote a new streaming network in which they both host for reality TV series.
The network is Quibi, and the pair of unlikely collaborators managed to have enough material to talk about due to Offset's new reality series, Skrrt With Offset.
Fans of Offset know he is a huge fan of classic and vintage car models, as is the father of Reese Witherspoon, who used to collect 1975 Cadillac El Dorados.
Offset was genuinely thrilled to hear about her father's collection, noting the massive market price of the aforementioned Cadillac model. Witherspoon, in her characteristic Southern accent, says to the rapper that she was certain the car was sitting in his yard in Nashville.
The Legally Blonde star then goes on to say that she wanted to hook the rapper up with her father's contact information so Offset could get his hands on the vehicle. Viewers of their interaction were pleased to see that two different people from entirely separate worlds were able to find common ground and get along so well.
On the other hand, some on social media were concerned about how Cardi B would react to the conversation. Fans of the "Bodak Yellow" performer know that she's not afraid of speaking her mind and getting into a fight over her man.
As fans of the rapper know, he is married to Cardi B and they share one child, Kulture Kiari. Witherspoon, on the other hand, is married to Jim Toth.