Blackish actress Tracee Ellis-Ross has adopted a new nickname and picked up an interest in deciphering and reciting rap lyrics. T-Murda, as she calls herself, recently took on Rich Gang's "Lifestyle" and tried to make sense of Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan's tongue twisting rhymes.

In the four-minute clip, Ross tries to keep up with the rappers and responds to some of the song's harsh lyrics.

"No, this does not make sense young man. Nobody wants your pee on anybody. This is crazy. T-Murda is offended. T-Murda is done," she says, before resorting to a series of hysterical facial expressions, as noted by Vibe.

Watch Tracee Ellis-Ross's hilarious rendition of "Lifestyle" after the jump.

Earlier this month, Drake awarded Rich Gang with the Best Performance by A Group or Duo Hood Grammy for their single.

In September, the hip-hop collective released its Rich Gang: Tha Tour Part 1 album. Birdman recently confirmed that the Rich Gang 2 album is the works during an interview with Funkmaster Flex.

The album will be available for purchase Nov. 24, which interestingly was the original date for Nicki Minaj's The Pinkprint album before it got pushed back to Dec. 15 this week. Lil Wayne's Tha Carter V album was also delayed. Birdman has said the decision to push the albums back was totally on the artists' part.

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