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Ludacris is best known for being a hip hop star and major player in the Fast & Furious franchise, and for some reason this led Vanity Fair to decide he is perfectly qualified to be a therapist… In this video, he sits down with a host of individuals who struggle with phobias of different varieties, and does his best to help them work them out. There’s a woman scared of clowns, a guy who doesn’t like heights and a person who is for some reason scared of condiments – Ludacris first talks about these phobias and what led to them, and then through some pretty intensive shock therapy tries to alleviate their fears, with varying levels of success.

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