Music

The Michael Garcia-directed visuals sees the 48-year-old rapper helping the 15-year-old star kill people in her stead.

AceShowbiz - No, this is not a sequel "Friday the 13th" franchise. Bhad Bhabie a.k.a. Danielle Bregoli has released a music video of her new single "Bestie" featuring Kodak Black, enlisting the help of rapper DMX. Together, the two reenact a creepy horror movie scenario with the 48-year-old rapper taking on the role of a masked killer.

Directed by Michael Garcia, the visuals kicks off with an old man escaping an abandoned house in panic before getting himself caught by both Bhabie and DMX. The two argue for a bit, before DMX kills the poor man with his sledgehammer. As if the scene isn't terrorizing enough, they later invite their soon-to-be victims to a dinner where they are treated to the head of the old man that two just killed.

At one point, DMX starts stabbing the people from earlier while doing Black's "ZeZe" dance. The end of the music video sees the 15-year-old star making her way out of the house and telling her killer companion that she will she him next week. But DMX has had enough, taking off her mask as saying, "I can't go anywhere with this b***h again. She's crazy."

There's also an intermission in the music video, where Bhabie shows off her sponsored content before getting back to the visuals. Meanwhile, Black is noticeably absent from the music video.

This marks DMX's first music video appearance since being released from jail last month. He served one year in the Gilmer Federal Correctional Institution in Glenville, West Virginia after pleading guilty to federal tax evasion charges. Following his release, it's reported that the "X Gon Give It to Ya" rapper will be under supervised release for three years.

Last month, DMX hit the stage for the first time since his prison release, performing at supper club Mr. Ciao in State Island, New York as a replacement for Ja Rule. Additionally, the rapper is currently working on his new music.

You can share this post!

Related Posts