YG Releases ‘Tip Drill’-Inspired ‘Pop It, Shake It’ Video [NSFW]


YG is causing a stir with his latest music video for his DJ Mustard-assisted single, “Pop It, Shake It.” While a previous version was quite tame, the Bompton rapper’s newest visual is completely Not Safe for Work (NSFW).

In the clip, YG and his friends are having a huge pool party with hundreds of girls in bikinis popping their booties. Eventually, everyone gets turned up as we see topless women dancing, twerking, standing on their heads and allowing men to pour champagne on their butts. Again, the video is NSFW.

The clip should remind everyone of Nelly’s 2003 uncut video for “Tip Drill.” The visual garnered controversy over how the women were depicted including the infamous credit card swipe through the butt crack at the end. It also sparked protest from the women of Spelman College who successfully blocked the rapper’s bone marrow drive event he was having on the campus.

We don’t think YG’s explicit video will spark much controversy. However, people on Twitter are debating whether YG’s clip is this generation’s “Tip Drill” video.

Many folks are questioning the fake booties that was featured throughout the clip. Also, many have discredited YG’s video because it doesn’t feature the infamous credit card swipe between the butt crack like in Nelly’s “Tip Drill” visual.

“That YG video that y’all are calling “this generations tip drill” is complete [trash]. All those fake butts look disgusting,” tweeted one fan. Another person wrote, “Tip Drill is not a Tip Drill without the credit card swipe.”

Check out reactions from Twitter below.

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