XXXTentacion's new video for 'Look At Me!' is a bit of a fake out.
It starts with his hit track over images of X causing chaos in the classroom and smacking his teacher with a dildo.
[Related: XXXTentacion got hit with a dildo.]
But before 'Look At Me''s second verse even starts it switches up to a different song, 'Riot.'
As 'Riot' plays, the video gets a lot darker. XXXTentacion hangs from a tree. There are images of Philando Castille, Rodney King, Emmett Till and general racial mayhem.
By the time 'Riot' ends, XXXTenatacion has a little black boy and a little white boy under a noose. He hangs the white youngster. That goes on for a bit, and then X reads an essay about racial equality and not being a supremacist.
Check it all out.
What do you think about the provocative visuals, for which X served as the " creative director?"
And what do you think of his message? Both in general and in light of the fact that he's been accused of doing horribly violent things to his ex-girlfriend?