Dancing with locals, lifting children up, and playing pool, the guys have a blast on their trip. But once the dancing is over and the song fades out, things take a turn in the Spiff TV and French-directed clip.
While riding through the safari, French gets a firearm in his face. “Get out,” says a man. “I said, get out of the car.” Snippets of “No Pressure” — Montana’s Future-assisted single — play in the background. Then, the video ends with a sign that reads “Later On That Day…”
Sure to continue with a sequel, “Unforgettable” is a single off French’s forthcoming project, the follow-up to 2013’s Excuse My French, which serves as a replacement for last year’s scrappedMC4.
The video for “Unforgettable” follows the Morocco-born rapper’s controversial comments about a black woman on Twitter. Recently, Montana apologized for referring to a Twitter user as a “musty crusty dusty rusty ass hoe” with “nappy ass poetic justice braids.”
“My mother is african queen and I was married to a beautiful black queen,” he wrote. “All I did was defend myself if I affended anybody I apologize. But this is a perfect example of even when u defending yourself and minding your Business social media would drag your name thru the mud !! But on another note #STAYWOKE.”