18-year-old rapper Lil Pump has decided to start off the year with yet another fresh new single titled “Butterfly Doors”. And this one comes with a music video as well.
Lil Pump had previously teased a snippet of the track on his Instagram and received major backlash for the “racist lyrics” that appeared in the song: “They call me Yao Ming ‘cause my eyes real low (ching chong)”.
The rap artist had then deleted the post and said: “It was not my intention to hurt nobody or do none of that. Dead ass. Because I’ve got Asian homies”, he said. “I f*ck with everybody, got nothing against nobody. It’s all love”.
The controversial lyrics have now been altered and removed in the final version.
The Ben Griffin-directed music video is filled with neon tones and LED lights. Pump raps his verses in front of a line up of butterfly door Lamborghinis and is surrounded by beautiful female dancers.
“Butterfly Doors” is the lead track from Pump’s upcoming album Harverd Dropout which is expected to drop later on this year. Moreover, in April, the young artist will perform at Coachella along with Gucci Mane and Smokepurpp as the Gucci Gang.