It’s not Megan Thee Stallion and Renée Rapp’s fault that the buzz around their collaboration is heating up.
The duo teamed up for a raging new music video for “Not My Fault” on Friday (Jan. 5), just a few weeks after the song was released. In the clip, the duo is dressed in all pink as they smash a bunch of plastic mannequins — which is so fetch given that the song is set to be included in the upcoming Mean Girls reboot.
“Not My Fault” was first announced by Megan via a post on Rapp’s Instagram account. In a teaser clip, the “Cobra” rapper announced that she and the “Snow Angel” singer had “a new song coming out for Mean Girls.” Rapp then subsequently posted the cover art for the new single, showing the pair baring it all in a room filled with plastic mannequins. “meg told me to put my a– out so I put my a– out,” Rapp wrote about the art on X.
Rapp stars in the Mean Girls reboot as the queen bee of North Shore High School, Regina George, reprising her role from the Broadway musical adaptation of the classic 2004 high school comedy. The new film arrives in theaters on Jan. 12.
Watch the “Not My Fault” music video below.