Wu-Tang Clan star Ghostface Killah has dedicated his upcoming album to Hollywood actress Natalie Portman - after learning she is a big fan of rap music.
The Back Like That rapper is preparing to release Ghostdini: The Wizard of Poetry in Emerald City later this month (Sep09) and he is confident Portman will like what he has to offer.
He tells the New York Post's gossip column PageSix, "I read in some interview she did in something called Interview magazine that she likes obscene rap music.
"When I read that, it was like, 'Oh f**k, she would love the s**t I got right here on this album!'"
But Ghostface Killah admits it's strange to think of the diminutive actress listening to the gritty sounds of hip-hop - because he always sees her as the young girl she played in 1994 movie Leon: The Professional when she was just 13 years old.
He adds, "It was wild, 'cause I remember her as the little girl in The Professional and now she's all about the wild s**t."