Gucci Flip Flops
by Bhad Bhabie (featuring Lil Yachty)

Album: 15 (2018)
Charted: 79
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  • This song finds Bhad Bhabie boasting about her designer clothing and jewelry, including her expensive Gucci sandals. On the hook the teenage rapper warns that she'll fight anybody who opposes her, but she'll do it in her socks to protect her Gucci footwear.

    Gu-Gucci flip flops, f--- it, hit your bitch in my socks

    Bhabie explained to Genius: "If I have slides on, and I'm gonna fight someone, I'm just gonna take 'em off."
  • Lil Yachty contributes a guest verse in which he raps about his exorbitant wealth. It is their first collaboration on disc, though Bhabie made a cameo appearance on the music video for Yachty's single "Count Me In" at around the 36-second mark.
  • Bhad Bhabie released the song on March 26, 2018, which was her 15th birthday.
  • Did you know flip-flops were inspired by Japanese straw-soled zori, which were popular in New Zealand in the 1930s, where they are known as jandals? The modern flip-flop was invented by Maurice Yock in 1957.

Comments: 1

  • Anonymous Bhad Bhabie Lvr from Great BritainShe right for damn sure! Or I'd just hit them with the chanclas! Hit yo bish in man socks. I ain't famous but I got a closet full of Gucci but I donate to BLM to help!
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