Kodak Black takes on racism and President Donald Trump in the music video for his latest single, “Tunnel Vision.”
The clip follows a white man in a “Make America Great Again” hat toting a weapon, wearing a vest with a Confederate flag on it. When he tries to shoot a black man, his weapon jams and a fight ensues.
As the altercation takes place, Kodak raps and dances in front of burning crosses while a Klu Klux Klan figure hangs from another cross.
The fight continues and the black man begins choking the white man with an American flag. Soon, however, he’s stopped by the voice of a little white girl who yells “Stop,” bringing the video to an end.
“Tunnel Vision’s” politically-charged visual follows last week’s “Everything 1K” video, which featured Danielle Bregoli, a 13-year-old girl best known for the “Cash Me Ousside” viral craze.
Up next, Kodak is heading out on the “Nobody Safe Tour” with Future, Migos, and Tory Lanez. The jaunt, which will also feature Young Thug and A$AP Ferg on select dates, begins May 4 in Memphis.