Calboy added back to Pop Smoke’s ‘Diana’ featuring King Combs: Watch the visual

Today, the posthumous video for Pop Smoke’s ‘Diana (Remix)’ featuring King Combs and Calboy hit the worldwide web. Most importantly, the casting director employed the best light-skinned, bob-wearing, tatted lady with nice teeth and a round derriere for the visual. The team even take it further and put Pop Smoke’s face on her body and the “woo” stars on her back. Adding footage of the young star, enjoying himself and recording at the studio, makes for a good experience for the fans and family who miss him dearly. Aside from the beautiful young lady, spitting on the convertible, I love how Calboy’s is on the song because Pop Smoke loved Calboy (See: I’m the one they envy like Calboy).

If you didn’t know, Pop Smoke’s team removed Calboy’s verse from the ‘Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon’ album, but kept his ad-libs. Back in July, the Chicago star tweeted the following message:

On Wesley grave y’all bogus asf for taking me off pop smoke album …but then keep my fucking adlibs….two days before my boy passed away we was planning a vid wit me combs n him y’all play it like tht ..ion respect that shit at all …

… @POPSMOKE10 out now !!

It’s good to see he’s back for the video. Watch the clever direction below, which features a former intern of ours as a video vixen.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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