Watch Juice WRLD, Young Thug’s video for “Bad Boy”

The Cole Bennett-directed clip was the last Juice ever filmed.

Juice WRLD’s label has released a video for a posthumous collab with Young Thug called “Bad Boy.”

On the upbeat, Pi’erre Bourne-produced track, Thug and Juice compare themselves to Bad Boys franchise stars, Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, while swapping lines about their rock ’n’ roll lifestyles.

“Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, I’m a bad boy / Went and got off my ass and got to the cash and got in my bag, boy / Please don’t think it’s sweet, I stay with the heat even though I’m a sad boy / You better watch the way you breathe around me ’fore that breath be your last, boy,” Juice spits.

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The song also arrived with a Cole Bennett-directed music video, the last that Juice WRLD ever filmed. The clip puts a darker spin on the track, as the rappers go on a night drive and face off against sinister-looking thieves.

“Bad Boy” is the latest posthumous Juice WRLD song to be released in recent weeks, following “Remind Me of You” and “Real Shit.” The songs are expected to be part of a second posthumous Juice WRLD album, which is currently in the works.

Watch the video for “Bad Boy” below:

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