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A YouTuber made a Fortnite parody of Bruno Mars’ Finesse music video and it is glorious

🎵 Ooh, don’t we look good together? 🎵

Fortnite is a game. One might even call it popular. And with popularity comes a fanbase full of creativity, and that can definitely be said for YouTuber WiziBlimp, who has created a masterful Fortnite parody of the hit Bruno Mars (feat. Cardi B) song and video Finesse using nothing but the tools, dances, and skins located inside the popular battle royal title.

This was made possible through the use of the Fortnite Replay feature that was released in April of this year. With the addition, players can study previous matches to see what went wrong in their run or do what WiziBlimp did, and make awesome parody music videos.

This isn’t the YouTuber’s first parody video for Fortnite, having previously dropped this banger of a vid which used Childish Gambino’s This is America as inspiration.

With the new Playground mode that Fortnite released (limited time only, sadly), maybe we’ll see something similar added permanently, which will only increase the number of masterpieces like this one. Playground mode lets groups of four go into the full map for an hour of playtime, letting friends build to their heart’s content while also offering friendly fire, so you can troll your friends (hopefully not while they are shooting a music video, however.)

For now, sit back and enjoy the show.

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