Lil Pump removes racial slur from “Butterfly Doors”

It seems the rapper has learned his lesson.

Lil Pump has removed all suggestions of anti-Asian lyrics from the official version of “Butterfly Doors,” which he released late last week.

The “Gucci Gang” rapper had his back against the wall when he dropped a teaser for the song that included the verses, “They call me Yao Ming ‘cause my eyes real low, ching chong.” The current version of the track omits “ching chong,” and removes all mention of Yao Ming.

In response to the initial criticism, Pump took to Instagram to apologize. “I got Asian homies, you know. I fuck with everybody and I got nothing against nobody. It’s all love,” he said in the video.

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The video for the track itself, however, is a neon treat chock-full of LED lights, saturated colors, and a lineup of Lamborghinis with—as the song’s name suggests—butterfly doors

Watch Lil Pump’s video for the reworked “Butterfly Doors” below:

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