At the beginning of June, Lil Pump was spotted shooting a new music video with infamous actor Charlie Sheen. At the time, it was rumored that Charlie was assisting Pump in the video for his new single “Drug Addicts,” which we eventually found out earlier this week was indeed true when Charlie himself announced the single on Twitter. “Hey @lilpump what day did you want to break the internet?” he asked, to which Pump replied by teasing fans that it’ll be dropping any day now. While fans patiently waited for the release over the past couple days, Pump decided to come through today and finally liberate the new single & accompanying video.
Over production from Baby Winsch & Dee Money, Pump brings the title to life and raps about his love for drugs & his whole gang being drug addicts. “I been smokin’ since I was eleven / I been poppin’ pills since I was seven (chyeah, seven)/ Told my pastor I don’t do confessions (hell nah)/ ‘Cause I pop a lot of molly for my breakfast,” he open his first verse with. It’s kinda ironic how Pump releases this song about his love for drugs, but yet just said a couple months ago that he was done doing drugs in 2018, but that was a lie.