Jazmine Sullivan sings here over Key Wane's chaotic beat of a lying cheater who doesn't respect her love and devotion to him. Meek Mill jumps in with a verse in which he plays her cheating boyfriend attempting to defend himself. "I just wanted to write something that was kinda like an anthem," Sullivan said.
The lighthearted video was directed by Isaac Rents and features several puppets caught cheating who are exposed on Dumb TV. "One thing I wanted to really capture in this was my humor," Sullivan said. "I'm very silly and just a lot of fun."
We also see Sullivan's boyfriend, played by New Girl's Lamorne Morris, two-timing the singer with a curvaceous puppet.
This was released as the first single from Sullivan's third album, Reality Show. Reality television is "all you see" now, the songstress explained to Billboard magazine regarding the record's title. "That's where society is at."
Though Sullivan leads Reality Show with a track about a cheating lover, the album contains more than "angry songs."
"I don't think I'm going to have many 'I'm angry; My guy did me wrong' type of songs, because I've grown and experienced other things in the relationship," said the songstress when the single was released. "But I can't shake them angry songs. [Laughs] I think the angry songs got chosen as singles, so those who didn't listen to the albums associate me with those angry songs."