Clark Atlanta University’s homecoming wilds out with Shiggy and Hitman Holla

Hitman Holla playing “Let Me Holla” during “Roar ‘N Out” on Tuesday, Oct. 15, 20i9, as part of homecoming week at Clark Atlanta University. (Photo credit: James Willingham for Steed Media)

Nick Cannon might need to bring his “Wild ‘N Out” auditions to Clark Atlanta University, where students remixed his wildly popular TV show by bringing 20 competing campus comedians to the stage.

On Tuesday, Oct. 15, during Day Three of the 2019 homecoming celebration, the HBCU students split up into two teams — the black squad and the red squad — for a live show they called “Roar ‘N Out.”

The jokes blazed the stage and the audience roared with laughter as the two teams battled head-to-head, joined by three special guests: Instagram comedian and dancer Shiggy, rapper D1Pop and “Wild ‘N Out” star Hitman Holla.

Shiggy took the mic in the “Wildstyle” game during “Roar ‘N Out” on Tuesday, Oct. 15, 20i9, as part of homecoming week at Clark Atlanta University. (Photo credit: James Willingham for Steed Media)

The show kicked off with an opening number from the “Roar ‘N Out” girls, the Clark Atlanta University’s version of the “Wild ‘N Out” girls. The teams made their grand entrance onstage with D1 Pop leading the red squad, and Shiggy and Hitman Holla heading up the black squad.

“Wild ‘N Out” star Hitman Holla during “Roar ‘N Out” on Tuesday, Oct. 15, 20i9, as part of homecoming week at Clark Atlanta University. (Photo credit: James Willingham for Steed Media)

Throughout the show, the contestants competed during different segments called Flow Job, Let Me Holla, In the Classroom, Hood Jeopardy, and Got Props. The night ended with Wildstyle, the popular game played on each episode “Wild ‘N Out.”

Both teams went hard in an attempt to claim the winning title. One female member of the black squad even had her wig snatched off at one point onstage as part of the joke.

Hitman Holla’s “Let Me Holla” skit had the crowd going crazy, and Shiggy hyped the crowd between games.

After battling back and forth for nearly two hours, the black squad finally took home the win as the “Roar ‘N Out” comedy champions.



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