Brothers Osborne Hilariously Photoshopped Jon Pardi’s Head onto Cardi B’s Body

Pardi or Cardi B?

Brothers Osborne Hilariously Photoshopped Jon Pardi's Head onto Cardi B's Body

On Sunday Brothers Osborne took to their Twitter and Instagram accounts and shared a hilarious snap to Jon Pardi’s photoshopped picture, in which his head photoshopped onto the 25-year-old rapper, Cardi B’s body, along with her red long nails. Brothers Osborne simply captioned the image: “Pardi B.”

Pardi B (@jonpardipics @iamcardib)

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Pardi and his crazy siblings, who just launched their new album named Port Saint Joe are longtime pals who toured together during Pardi’s act in 2015, that made headlines.

Pardi responded to the hilarious photo via this own Twitter account. The “Dirt on My Boots” singer wrote in his own pitch-perfect queen of hip-hop’s impression, “Okurrr @brothersosborne Okurrr.”

Other country stars also joined them in on the fun including “The Long Way” singer Brett Eldredge, who commented on the funny Instagram post, “Hahaha well played.”

Maren Morris also couldn’t help but respond to the picture on both Twitter and Instagram as the image is just “too good” — Morris wrote: “Mighta gotta little Blood on my Loubs.”

The hilarious picture also quickly drew the attention of fans and followers, with some fans playing off Pardi’s single’s lyrics while other people just asked how they could “unsee” the photoshopped picture.

Cardi B, who is currently pregnant with her first child with her fiance Offset of Migos, latest album Invasion of Privacy broke many records this year and the rapper became the first female rapper to top the Billboard Top 100 list with her song “Bodak Yellow,” with that she broke the record of Beyoncé for  Most Simultaneous Billboard U.S. Hot 100 entries by a woman artist.

Pregnant Cardi B is yet to respond to the photoshopped snap on social media, but with her amazing sense of humor, the “Be Careful” hitmaker would probably appreciate Brothers Osborne for “Flexin’ on the ‘gram like aye.”

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