Days after releasing his new single "Under Enemy Arms," Trippie Redd is back today (May 31) with a visual for the track—and it looks like he could be taking a shot at a certain rainbow-haired somebody he's beefed with in the past.

In a video filled with shots of Trippie laying down atop dead soldiers, bulldozing tanks, a fighter jet and a Trippie-focused press conference, it's a rainbow-haired rat that manages to be the most memorable part. Now, Trippie doesn't outright say anything about what the rat symbolizes, but naturally, people will take it to be a shot at 6ix9ine, who famously cooperated with federal authorities in his racketeering case back in January.  Since news of his cooperation hit the internet, many have branded Tekashi a snitch, which is likely where the rat reference comes into play.

The video for "Under Enemy Arms"  is directed by Christian Breslauer, and with all of the angles of the in-your-face action, it's safe to say he definitely does his thing behind the lens. The song itself is a triumphant one about the former XXL Freshman vanquishing his enemies.

"I wish the enemy harm (Harm)/Huh, bitch I'm a star (Star)/Foreign lil' whip and I'm whippin' this car (Car)/I might just park in the yard (Yard)/Catch the opps lackin', I rip em apart (Yeah)/Fuck it, I got 'em hard/Show no emotions, I live in the dark (Dark)," Trippie spits on the track.

Peep Trippie's new visual for yourself below.

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