Martin Lawrence of 'Bad Boys' Celebrates 55th Birthday in a Video
Martin Lawrence looked happy celebrating his birthday under quarantine in his home as he danced to Snoop Dogg's song 'Gin and Juice.'
"Yeah I got a quarantine birthday but I'm beyond blessed and having fun with my fam...Thanks for all the bday love y'all!"
The comedian revealed that he found a lot of joy dancing to Snoop Dogg's classic song, "Gin and Juice." It is not clear if he had himself a drink to celebrate, but he showed off some impressive dance moves.
While two-stepping to the beat in his open area kitchen, he sang along to the lyrics. Many of his famous friends sent Martin birthday wishes, including his former co-star Tisha Campbell-Martin.
In the video, Martin jokingly used social distancing as an excuse to have the television all to himself when his fiancée Roberta Moradfar tried to join him. Their exchange turned into a hilarious Tik Tok video.
The soon to be newlyweds make an adorable and loving couple. In December 2019, they couldn't keep their hand off each other when they were pictured watching the L.A Clippers play against Utah Jazz.
According to Daily Mail, they were sitting front row as they laughed and smiled at each throughout the game, while Roberta sweetly fed Martin a few snacks.
Martin and Roberta have been making a storm on Tik Tok sharing hilarious videos, which include his insistence on keeping a distance of six feet from his fiancée.
Only months earlier, he was huddled up with Roberta and his children at the premiere for the highly anticipated "Bad Boys for Life." His co-star, Will Smith, also sent Martin birthday wishes with rare footage from recent months.
Will posted several of his favorite footage from the comedian's tour around the world, while they were promoting their movie.
In one video, the two were braving the cold weather in Berlin, Germany, and Martin revealed that he was born in the country because his father was in the air force and traveled a lot with their family.
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