According to MTV, the video, in which he (and criticizes) many video vixens, may just include cameos from several of the vixens he pokes fun at.
"They had a choice," Game's manager, Jimmy "Henchman" Rosemond, who helped smooth things over with the displeased women, told MTV. "They had two choices: You could either be clowned or we can make this fun where people won't take it as serious. If you fight against it, it becomes serious, 'cause we could get the look-alikes and clown in fun. But if you participate, it can be more impactful. For instance, [model] Melyssa Ford, we'll have her in a Honda Accord [in the video], but then Game will kinda wake up out of that spell and we'll have her in a 500 Benz. We'll clean it up for her. It's all in fun, though."
In addition to the video, Rosemond revealed that they plan to shoot a mini-movie that will be included in the re-release of Doctor's Advocate sometime in April or March.
"I was on my way back from my snowboarding trip in Northern Cali," Game told MTV. "I'm driving five hours and thinking about [the Roc-A-Fella Records film] 'Streets Is Watching' and how Jay-Z did that. … I was saying, 'I got enough songs that mean something to do that.' I mean, 'Old English,' 'One Night,' the real gutter joints where there's a lot of feelings where I could really get at n—-s. It'll be ill, though. We gonna keep it in mind and try to work it all out."
As he continues to push and promote his latest album, he plans to tour through Canada, release some new mixtape and bring some of his Black Wall Street artists to the spotlight, including Juice and a group he's put together called N—-s For Life.
"I got five of the hottest n—as from the West Coast you never heard of, and we gonna roll," he said.