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Video: Birdman Ft. Neno Calvin & Hot Boy - Fuk Em

Video: Birdman Ft. Neno Calvin & Hot Boy - Fuk Em
Birdman addresses his haters in the new video to "Fuk Em," featuring Neno Calvin and Hot Boy.
Shortly after Birdman became a trending topic via his controversial two-minute interview on The Breakfast Club, he shared the release dates for two projects he's involved in -- his final solo album, Ms. Gladys, as well as the second Rich Gang album. The albums will arrive within a week from each other, with Ms. Gladys dropping on June 24 and then Rich Gang 2: The Lifestyle on July 1. Earlier this week, he revealed that he will release Lost at Sea, his joint tape with Rich Gang singer Jacquees, before both of the aforementioned albums -- on May 7. Today, Bird has shared his latest track, "Fuk Em," along with an accompanying video. It's unclear whether "Fuk Em" will land on Ms. Gladys or on RG2.

"Fuk Em" features a rapper named Hot Boy as well as Neno Calvin, the latter whom has featured alongside Bird on two recent tracks, " Hustle" and " Ms. Gladys." The video finds all the Rich Gang rappers stunting in front of an all-white background and sweeping years' worth of Cash Money earnings up off the ground.

At the end of the video, Birdman gives one of his famous outros, and he uses the opportunity to address his growing body of critics by asking a slew of rhetorical questions. Those include: "Who put this shit together?", "Who took nothin' and turned it into something?", "Who made n*ggas millionaires?", and "Who sold a billion records?" The answer remains the same throughout: "Me, that's who."

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