Susan Sarandon wants to 'blaze one' with A$AP Rocky and Action Bronson | EW.com

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Susan Sarandon wants to 'blaze one' with A$AP Rocky and Action Bronson

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Sure, A$AP Rocky’s “1 Train” —his Long.Live.A$AP posse cut that boasts an all-star lineup including Kendrick Lamar, Joey Bada$$, Yelawolf, Danny Brown, Action Bronson and Big K.R.I.T.first surfaced at the end of 2012, but Susan Sarandon apparently just got around to listening to it. That means she just got around to noticing that Bronson makes a puzzling mention of her on his verse.  

As a reminder, the New York MC laid down this verse: “I fixed the game between Georgia Southern and Gramblin’ / You see us scrambling, selling Susan Sarandon/ The cloud of smoke like the phantom.”

While there’s speculation around that Bronson used her name as a pseudonym for some sort of illicit substance—which would make sense—when the actress and self-described stoner took to Twitter on Tuesday to thank A$AP and Bronson for the shout-out, she admitted she’s “not sure what it means” and proposed the only logical solution for getting to the bottom of it: “let’s blaze one & talk about it sometime.”

Rocky has yet to respond to the invite, but Bronson replied with a tweet that cleared up nothing whatsoever: “THELMA AND LOUISE!!!!” 

Veiled drug references aside, one question remains: Where’s our invite?