Amidst headlines about an alleged attack on the Brooklyn rapper 6ix9ine, the controversial star delivered the Nicki Minaj-assisted "FEFE" video on Sunday (July 22). The pair of NYC natives travel to a vibrant setting and enjoy various sweets throughout the Candy Land-inspired clip. Figure Eight Creative Group's TrifeDrew and William Asher helm the visual's artistic direction.
Nicki and Tekashi take things back to their childhood days for a bizarre opening scene featuring the two playing a game of Patty Cake on the balloon-filled set. The 22-year-old kicks his verse off laced in a cheetah print top and some pink shorts. Murda Beatz, who co-produced the tune, also makes a short cameo holding a heavy-duty water gun.
Minaj seductively reintroduces herself shortly after the one-minute mark, confidently shouting out 6ix9ine's Treyway gang. She slows down her flow for a refreshing approach during the extended cameo. The couple sit face-to-face once again and give each other's ice cream a taste with their arms interlocked.