AceShowbiz - Big Sean has taken a bold step to celebrate the release of his new song, "What a Life" featuring Hit-Boy. When dropping the track, the "I Don't F**k With You" spitter shared some pictures of him being covered with 65,000 bees.
The 33-year-old emcee shared the said photos on his Instagram account on Thursday, October 21. " 'WHAT A LIFE' OUT NOW! Video @ Noon!!! In the song I said 100 B's, but it was really 65,000 's on me. this not photoshopped neither. I HAD 65,000 Bee's on me... love to the hive," he first wrote in the caption.
"I just ain't want y'all to think it was some damn effects or some s**t," the ex of Ariana Grande further explained. " 'WHAT A LIFE' VIDEO TOMORROW @ noon! Song out now!!! (Link in bio)."
Many of Chris' famous fans have since reacted to the post. One in particular was his collaborator Hit-Boy who exclaimed, "You're fckin crazy bro." Fellow rapper Lil Yachty commented, "Heard ya lookin 4 candy man b***h! Brazilian singer Anitta, meanwhile, simply wrote, "Yo."
On "What a Life", Sean reflects on his ups and downs while living under the spotlight. "Only get one life, swear I almost died twice," he raps in the chorus. "I went triple platinum more than three times, what a life, man/ Feel like god when they bless me with the trick dice/ And I left her a** on read, even though it was enticin'."
Sean's last album is "Detroit 2", which he released in September 2020. It remains unclear whether he will drop a follow-up project. However, his fans assume that he's currently working on some new music as he recently stopped by Power 106's LA Leakers show to perform a 9-minute freestyle, prompting him to receive praises from Nas.
Taking to Twitter, Sean disclosed, "Nas just txt me saying 'you murdered these freestyles thanks for pushing us all' that's crazy AF to me when I really thought about Nas txt'n me that, I'm at the crib right now in Detroit n I'm just feeling grateful I actually am doing what I said I would." He added, "S**t feel like a dream."
"I do get tired of being judged n take personal offense when someone thinks I can't rap. I literally have proven myself over and over and over, but maybe I should just stop caring so much what people think and stop taking things personal and just get back to having fun," he added in a separate tweet. So I'm a just get back to having fun, cause trying to please everybody ain't it! If you rock wit me, you rock wit me n if you don't then… you just don't have good taste."