Last November, French Montana dropped off his latest body of work They Got Amnesia, a 22-track offering with a wealth of features from John Legend, Rick Ross, Kodak Black, Pop Smoke, Lil Durk, Doja Cat, Saweetie, and many more. This week, the Bad Boy emcee drops off a new visual from said project for “Fraud,” which sees him harmonizing about his rockstar lifestyle and more over production from Tay Keith, Paul Cabbin, Grayson Beats, Young T, and Hitmaka:
“I ain’t never fall in love with a beggin’-ass broad, I’m a trapper, not a scammer, ain’t shit by me, fraud, you heard? Wait, what? And I put that on God, pull up, too, doo-doo, doo-doo, shit’ll shoot up your yard, yeah, thug nigga, she just wanna fuck for a Patek, ridin’ through the city with your bitch causin’ havoc, dope boy shit, send a brick to an addict, give her dope dick, she say she love when I’m nasty…”
The accompanying clip for “Fraud” comes courtesy of Zay Jones and The Shooters and takes us through an excursion in Dubai. Viewers can watch French and his crew out in the desert, riding around in a convoy of high-end cars, at the club with the likes of Rick Ross and Antonio Brown, and in a hotel room with a bevy of beauties.
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He was also recently hanging out with Ye’s billionaire crony Elon Musk during last night’s Donda 2 event in Miami. During the meet-up, the Tesla owner had some advice for the artist in regards to the landscape of digital currency:
Elon Musk is hanging out with French Montana and Rick Ross talking crypto at Kanye West’s DONDA 2 event tonight 🔥 pic.twitter.com/CZXIkMps76
— Pomp 🌪 (@APompliano) February 23, 2022
Press play on French Montana‘s “Fraud” video below.
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