Angel Reese is everywhere.
The 21-year-old starred on LSU’s women’s national basketball championship team, has been featured in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, and has now appeared in the music video for “Put It On Da Floor Again” by Latto and Cardi B, released on early Friday morning.
Reese appeared in the video after Cardi B raps, “Put a tape on me I was acting brand new I don’t smoke on you bitch I smoke on you put your best friend in a can and now I smoke on her too I ball so hard it was It is possible for me to go to LSU.”
At that point in the video, Reese is standing in an aisle at a grocery store, wearing glasses and staring straight ahead.
Rhys also makes a brief appearance in the music video.
“I told you all I wanted to be a video vixen,” Reese chirp shortly after the release of the music video.
Reese’s mother, Angel Webb Reese, expressed her gratitude to everyone who helped take the pictures.
“We appreciate our team (NIL Director, Business Manager, Publicist and Lawyer), it takes all of these people to complete these deals. Not to mention the continued support LSUwbb coaches and staff have given us,” Reese’s mom said chirp.
Reese has seen her Instagram followers increase to over two million, while her NIL deals have skyrocketed since winning the national title.
“I’m an unapologetically angel,” Reese said during her SI swimsuit shoot. “I’m his property. I am sure. I’m strong. I am who I am.
“The biggest takeaway I want people to know is that you can be girly off the field and still have swag and just be who you are. I mean, I embrace my body and who I am and I can still hit the ball on the field. I’m 6’3″, I work out a lot so why not show it? I have a cute little body. When I go to the beach or go to the pool and everyone looks, it’s like, “Damn, hot girl.”