When Lil Pump initially teased a snippet of what would go on to be "Butterfly Doors" final month, the South Florida rapper confronted backlash from the music neighborhood and alienated a lot of his Asian fanbase with a number of racial slurs within the track. Just a few weeks later, Pump returned with the official "Butterfly Doors" visible, that includes just a few tweaks to doubtlessly defuse his detractors.
The up to date model of the observe finds Pump flexing in entrance of an unique fleet of sports activities vehicles and censors his use of former Houston Rockets heart Yao Ming, whereas eradicating him saying "ching chong" altogether. "They name me… ‘trigger my eyes actual low," the 18-year-old now raps all through the CBMIX-produced tune. During the remainder of the clip, Pump dances round surrounded by a plethora of frivolously dressed ladies at his facet, as neon lights fill the makeshift storage.
Following the antagonistic response to him previewing the track, Pump issued an apology. "I seen the entire thing happening on the web and all that. I got here right here to let you know from my half that I’m sorry and I apologize for posting that. It was not my intentions to harm no person or do none of that, deadass. I acquired Asian homies, you already know," he defined. "I fuck with everyone and I acquired nothing in opposition to no person. It’s all love."
Watch the "Butterfly Doors" video beneath.