“I directed this three years ago. No ones ever seen it before. #FeelMe,” director Eli Russell Linnetz captioned the video on Instagram.
Throughout the music video, which takes place at a monster truck racetrack, Jenner, 23 — who was dating the ‘Taste’ rapper, 30, at the time — looked unrecognizable in a white crop top with matching white bottoms while sporting a blonde bob and wearing blue eyeshadow. Meanwhile, Kardashian, 39, wore a black bra with matching underwear while showing off her short blonde hair.
At the end of the clip, the mom of four sits with her legs wide open, and Jenner walks toward the camera, making it look like her older sibling is giving birth to her.
Of course, fans couldn’t get enough and praised the director for his hard work. One person wrote, “This is so sick,” while another echoed, “Rarities are always a delight. Thank you.” A third user added, “Super fire, bro. Really creative.”
So, why did Linnetz decide to put that rather interesting scene at the end of the video? “It features Kylie coming out of Kim’s vagina,” he told E! News. “The metaphorical meaning being that there would be no Kylie without Kim.”
While Kardashian was in the spotlight before Jenner, the makeup mogul did make a name for herself in the industry, and Forbes even called her the “youngest self-made billionaire” in 2019. However, the magazine took back her title in May 2020 after they looked into her fortune, revealing that her “business is significantly smaller and less profitable.”
Even though the video — which was shot over five months and cost nearly $1 million to make — was taped three years ago, “it was never released because Kylie and Tyga broke up,” Linnetz explained. The former flames split in 2017, and Jenner found love with Travis Scott. The two welcomed their daughter, Stormi, in February 2018 but have since called it quits.
Kardashian — who shares North, 7, Saint, 4, Chicago, 2, and Psalm, 15 months with West — has appeared in one of West's videos before. In 2013, she appeared in 'Bound 2,' where the pair couldn't stop packing on the PDA. These days, the Hollywood stars are working on their marriage after the rapper, 43, made some controversial comments about his oldest daughter.
Nonetheless, Linnetz is proud of the work of art he created. It’s “the visual smashing of American iconography, man made machinery battling man-made women,” he said, adding, it’s “a battle of machines set in a futuristic mysterious magic arena.”