Tory Lanez addresses police brutality in the video for “Shooters,” the lead single off his forthcoming album, Memories Don’t Die.
The controversial clip, which he co-directed with Zac Facts, begins with Tory and an accomplice breaking into a police officer’s home. Before killing the official, Tory Lanez says he’s seeking revenge for the death of his cousin.
But two officers watch the scenario unfold from the outside and approach the two gentlemen as they’re trying to make an escape. With sirens blaring, the officers make derogatory comments and shoot Tory’s accomplice before Lanez fires back.
Elsewhere in the video, Tory smokes and dances while models hold guns around him. Laying on a slew of weapons, the rapper also has several ladies caressing his body. In between scenes of a woman’s bullet-riddled back, there are Donald Trump signs, flowers, and target practice symbols.