AceShowbiz - Last month, Puerto Rican rapper Farruko released an official remix of "Krippy Kush" featuring Nicki Minaj and 21 Savage. On Friday, December 22, the 26-year-old rapper finally released the visuals for the track, replacing 21 Savage with Travis Scott (II).
The approximately four-minute track begins with Nicki, dressed in an edgy dress, spitting lines in Spanish before Bad Bunny, who appears in the original version, sings the hook part. Nicki then starts spitting her English verse, bragging about her influence in hip-hop industry. "You ain't on my throne, ain't even a seat away/ But thanks to Nicki, all these new b****es can see the way," she raps.
Travis, on the other hand, appears towards the end of the music video. Teaming up his beige shirt with a gold necklace, the Houston rapper is seen rhyming while smoking in a room full of beautiful women. "Call baby girl up, it's time to smoke something/ I know you heard, I'm slaughter gang, I smoke something," he raps. "Off the head, yeah, I ain't never wrote nothing."
The visuals for "Krippy Kush (Remix)" follows the music video for Nicki's "MotorSports", her collaborative track with Migos and Cardi B. The release of "MotorSports" sparked controversy as it was reported that Nicki didn't know that she would be included. But the female emcee immediately took to Twitter to clear up the misunderstanding, saying that she knew she would be included.
"The conspiracy theories are just so tired. Relax. Breathe. Imagine me not knowing who on a song with me," she wrote in the now-deleted tweet. She added that any song with her name on it must have written approval before heading to streaming services.
Concluding the tweet, Nicki stated that Migos kept pestering her to let them include her verse on the said song. "These are men in our culture who simply refuse to let it go. They don't do this to male M.C.'s," she said.