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Nicki Minaj Goes Glam Goth in New “Krippy Kush” Video

Just days after serving up a futuristic Barbie look in Migos’s music video “MotorSport,” Nicki Minaj is back with yet another eye-popping getup. The rapper appears in a Farruko’s new “Krippy Kush (Remix)” video alongside Travis Scott and Bad Bunny, which was released yesterday, and this time she’s giving us serious glam-goth vibes.

The dark, ominous video, which has Minaj and Farruko performing in front of policemen dressed in riot gear, features two looks that scream capital-F fashion. The first of Minaj’s outfits is an architectural dress from Gareth Pugh’s Spring 2018 collection, which has an open laser-cut design revealing two black nipple pasties underneath. Equally as racy is the second look, where Minaj is seen wearing a bondage-inspired leather jumpsuit with thigh-high boots. To go with the eerie vibe, she sports bleach-blonde hair and stark black lipstick throughout the video. Call it Hot Topic Couture.

The rapper wore a must-see design by Gareth Pugh.

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After releasing the original version of “Krippy Kush,” a remix version was also shared in November, featuring Nicki Minaj and 21 Savage.

However, in the recently shared music video directed by Eif Rivera, Savage is nowhere to be found with Travis Scott delivering a fire verse instead directly after Nicki Minaj performs hers. Both Minaj and Scott have been pretty busy as of late.

The former appeared on “Motorsport” with Migos and Cardi B, while Scott released his collaborative album with Migos’ Quavo. In terms of “Krippy Kush (Remix),” we’re not quite sure why the switch was made, but either way, lucky fans have received twice as much music.

Check out the new video above, and when you’re done, re-visit the previous remix with 21 Savage below.

In similar news, Travis Scott also just teased this Air Jordan IV collab on Instagram.

After a remix version was released with 21 Savage, Travis Scott takes center stage in the new Eif Rivera directed music video. Watch it here.