Watch YG and Tyga in Full 'White Chicks' Makeup in New Teaser for 'Run' ft. BIA and 21 Savage

Upon seeing the hilarious teaser which is shared on YG's Instagram account, a number of his online followers liken him and Tyga to Kim and Khloe Kardashian.

AceShowbiz - YG went above and beyond as he announced his return to music. When teasing a new song "Run" ft. Tyga, BIA and 21 Savage, the Compton rapper shared a teaser video that sees him and Kylie Jenner's ex wearing full "White Chicks" makeup.

In the clip, YG and Tyga wear Matrix-esque all-black attire as the former raps his lyrics in a bright red Porsche. The "Ayy Macarena" spitter, meanwhile, stays cool while vibing to the new track.

The clip garnered hilarious comments from many, with one of YG's followers suggesting that they look like Kim Kardashian and Khloe Kardashian. "Kim n Khloe look so different here," the user jokingly replied. Another remarked, "Yooooo Tyga looking like the 5th generation of Kim Kardashian."

One individual offered different thoughts by saying, "Tyga looking like Kylie." Someone else then chimed in, "What in the Caitlyn Jenner is going on here." A different person penne, "giving white chicks vibessss [crying laughing emoji] loveee it kingssss."

YG is set to drop "Run" on Friday, June 24. It will likely appear on his upcoming sixth studio album "Pray for Me", which he announced in February by releasing "Scared Money" ft. J. Cole and Moneybagg Yo.

YG himself made a wave with the latter track as it bowed at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Triller U.S. chart after receiving 168,000 views in March. Meanwhile, on the Top Triller Global, the song stole the third spot.

It marks the second time that the 32-year-old emcee, whose real name is Keenon Dequan Ray Jackson, hit Billboard's Top Triller U.S. chart. Back in November 2021, his triumphant song "Sign Language" topped the tally for a week.

Of his new album, YG shared on Power 106's "Power Mornings", "It's just the growth of me, my headspace, what I'm on in life." He added, "And I think the whole COVID pandemic s**t, I hated it, but I also look at it as like this s**t kinda helped me get to where I'm at mentally... The music is just gonna be my truth, as far as my life right now."

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