Kid Ink is making sure his RCA debut single, “Bad A$$” kicks off with a bang.
The tattooed rapper taps on Maybach Music Group’s tag team champions of Meek Mill and Wale for the new record and now the trio are shooting a red hot video for the single. Alex Nazari directs this video that takes place in a burning building with fire trucks and flames everywhere.
Judging from the flicks, this video is going to look an awful lot like Mill’s video for his hit single “Burn,” which was released in 2012. Folarin has been in the news lately since his confrontation with Toronto Raptors color commentators last night. The NBA’s only Canadian team responded to the controversy in a recent interview with TMZ.
The team stated that commentator Matt Devlin’s comments were “meant to be making fun of himself for not knowing who Wale is, especially a Grammy-nominated artist with more than 2 million Twitter followers.”
The rep says, “It’s a shtick that Matt and our analyst do consistently to poke fun at the fact neither is pop culture savvy.”The Raptors say Matt ” feels badly that Wale may have felt he was making fun of him.”The team adds, “We have reached out to Wale’s management group to see if we can turn this into a positive. We’d like to have him join Matt on the broadcast when we return to Washington at the end of March.”
Good thing that is all worked out. For now, check out the photos from the “Bad A$$” video shoot after the jump.
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