Nicki Minaj and Tekashi 6ix9ine Unleash Colorful 'Trollz' Video

He knows you don’t like him, want to fight him.

Tekashi 6ix9ine and Nicki Minaj have zero time for the haters in the candy-colored video for their latest collaboration, “Trollz.” The song, whose release was delayed by a week due to the nationwide protests over the police-involved killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, dropped Friday morning (June 12) and the visual is a feast for the eyes and a famine for anyone who thinks they can take either MC on.

“They get nervous when it’s Nicki on the roster/ Somebody ushered this n—a into a clinic/ My flow’s still sick, I ain’t talkin’ a pandemic,” Minaj raps in between shots of her twerking in a bubble bath in a rainbow-colored bikini and bouncing topless in digital pasties and ROYGBV hair. “I write my own lyrics, a lot of these b—-es gimmicks/They study Nicki style, now all of them want to mimic.”

The follow-up to Tekashi’s first song since leaving prison, “Gooba,” the new track is uncharacteristically sedate for the typically over-amped rapper. Over a laconic beat, 69’s first verse is a near-whisper before he unleashes on his detractors. “I know you don’t like me, you wanna fight me/ You don’t want no problems at your party, don’t invite me,” he spits in a more melodic take on his typical guttural flow (which, don’t worry, is back on the second verse). “I don’t worry ’bout you n—as, please stop talking about me/ Always talking ’bout me ’cause you looking for the clouty.”

The sequel to the dynamic duo’s “FEFE” single form 2018 finds them sharing cotton candy and a giant bowl of colorful cereal, amid scenes of Nicki pouring milk on 69’s head and Tekashi toting a giant cash stack and adjusting his ankle monitor. Nicki said on Instagram that “a portion of the proceeds from #Trollz including merch items, will be going directly to The Bail Project Inc. [@bailproject],” Nicki shared on Instagram. “The fund provides free bail assistance to low-income individuals who can’t afford to pay bail while awaiting their trial.”

Watch the “Trollz” video below.