Chicago's own tongue-twisting lyricist returns with a brand new visual. Recently, Twista unveiled a new horror movie-inspired video for "Disrespectful," the first track from his Crook County album. Peep it below.

The video for "Disrespectful," which was directed by Will Gates, finds Twista donning the masks of Jason Voorhees (Friday The 13th) and Mike Myers (Halloween) as he takes on the persona of a ruthless killer. In the vid, we see the rapper wielding a machete as he drags his victims through what appears to be a massive tool shed designed for someone looking to carve and disgard bodies in an orderly fashion.

"Disrespectful" is one of the best songs off Crook County, a project Twista dropped almost two months ago. Twista spoke to us about what the title meant to him when he dropped the first single from the album.

“Crook County is the title from a song I had before, but today I just feel it represents the area where I am! We are in the county of crooks and everybody knows it! Not glorifying, just is what it is! I’m always glorifying Chicago in positive ways as well and I will have future titles representing the city in other aspects which are positive,” Twista told XXL at the time.

Check out Twista's latest video for yourself below.

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