The track has a number of things going for it. It's co-produced by Kanye West, DJ Mustard and DJ Dahi, for one. It features a blistering verse from E-40. It's upbeat and catchy. And it's one of the best break-up songs in recent rap history -- despite Sean telling MTV News that he was actually still in a relationship with Naya Rivera when he wrote it.
“I wasn’t angry, man,” he said. “You know, the funny thing about ‘I Don’t F–k With You’ is that I actually wrote that while I was in a relationship. I wasn’t bitter. I wrote that while I was with my ex.”
Maybe that's why there's no sign -- overtly, at least -- of his ex in the new lyric video for the track. There are, however, rotating statue heads, as well as images of Sean's text messages, calls and Instagram. Plus a few typos (It's "That's," not "Thats," Sean, but we won't hold it against you).
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