The visual finds two young kids exploring an abandoned housing development, as two masked men wield torches, explosives, and hold an upside-down American flag. The kids then find what looks to be a detonator, which explodes after they press a button.
In February, Scooter explained the meaning behind the phrase triple cross to Billboard, “An example of being triple crossed is if me, you, and another person rob a bank and split a million dollars three ways. If we pull off and switch cars but then we pull over to get gas and I tell you, 'Go in to pay for the gas,' and I pull off wit the money, you've been triple crossed.”
He added, “But there's a thousand other ways to be triple crossed—it's not only in the streets. Businesses triple cross each other every day.”
The video is a nice warm-up for Thugger fans, as he’s expected to release his next album On the Run on Tuesday (Sept. 11), as well.
Watch the video for “Trippple Cross” above.