Queen of Dancehall Spice clearly had a ball on Halloween night, October 31, as she and her family donned matching costumes inspired by the Disney and Pixar animated film series., The Incredibles.
The Love and hip-hop: Atlanta star, (dressed like Elastagirl) with his partner, Justin Budd (as Mr. Incredible) and his children, Nicholatoy (as Purple) and Nicholas (as Dash), were all dressed in the iconic red and black superhero costumes.
On his Instagram, the artist posted: “We did it for the kids
The family even dressed their dog in an Incredibles t-shirt.
Spices Ramp shop collaborator Vybz Kartel indicated his approval, commenting “Dis Baaad !!!
Afro beats superstar, Yemi Alade commented on a heart emoji, while his former ‘Love and Hip Hop – Atlanta ‘ her co-star, Estelita Quintero, commented, “Yep, girls love it.”
Singer and Savage Outside of an actress, Jessie Woo showed her approval by commenting on two fiery emojis.
The family also enjoyed a fun meal, always dressed from head to toe in costumes of course, as a Japanese chef prepared dinner on the grill in front of them. The kids took turns trying to grab bits of food in their mouths that were thrown at them by the chef, much to Spice and Justin’s amusement.
‘The Incredibles’ , an animated film that debuted in 2004, tells the story of a family of superheroes, who are forced to hide their powers after superheroes are banned. The first film grossed US $ 631,441,092 at the global box office, while the sequel Incredibles 2, which came out in 2018, blew its predecessor out of the water, grossing US $ 1.245 billion worldwide, becoming Pixar’s highest-grossing animated film.
Fans of the series are eagerly awaiting a third installment of the film and are hoping it won’t take another 14 years to make it like its predecessor.