The West Coast rapper dropped the updated version, as well as its official music video on Saturday afternoon, more than a week after he teased the record on social media.
The visual, helmed by prolific director Cole Bennett of Lyrical Lemonade, shows Blueface and Cardi in a warehouse flashing stacks and dancing next to an all-red low rider with paisley detailing—an obvious reference to the Bloods: "I make him go insane, I fuck him with my red flag on/And when I come, I say gang," Cardi raps in the Scum Beats-produced track.
It's also worth noting that the remix arrived ten days after Nicki Minaj delivered "Bust Down Barbiana"—a "Thotiana" freestyle that many believed included shots at Cardi: "You look like Nicki now/Still you tackyana/To keep it 100, bitch you wackyana," the Queen MC rapped.
Cardi pulled a similar move in her "Thotiana" verse, as she referenced a "petty" individual who was dropping subs: "I ain't got no time for no subliminals/After a while, bitch bein' petty just means you miserable."
To no one's surprise, those lines had Twitter users talking:
You can watch the video for Blueface and Cardi's "Thotiana" remix above.