Iggy Azalea Gets Handcuffed By Jennifer Hudson In ‘Trouble’ Video

2 March 2015
Sorry, Iggy Azalea, but Jennifer Hudson is laying down the law.

The two team up for Iggy’s directorial debut in the music video for her song, “Trouble,” an action-packed ride filled with a robbery, a jail-break and a high-speed chase.

The clip kicks off with Iggy’s boyfriend getting arrested by JHud, who plays a badass cop, after he robbed a bank. Iggy then visits her man in prison and tells him to “get ready,” before she constructs a pretty easy jail break, which sets Jennifer off.

“I will say Jennifer’s character, I think you’re kind of like the sassy, no beep-taking type of police boss lady,” Iggy recently told us, referencing JHud. “I am, I suppose, just a bit of an accidental Bonnie and Clyde that I’ve naively have fallen into the role that I don’t really want to be into… She keeps it under control.”

The duo attempt to run from the law, but Iggy’s not-so-skilled driving leads to a crash, and an arrest, but, not before she and Jennifer dance alongside each other.

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And if you like what you see, then keep your eyes peeled because it looks like this narrative may be continued.

“It’s definitely that type of video that you could see a part two coming about,” JHud said.

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