Bella Thorne’s music video for her new single, ‘SFB,’ has fans buzzing on social media! The singer parties with friends and shows off her amazing figure in pink silk lingerie in the bold visual. See the full video and behind-the-scenes moments!
Bella Thorne exudes confidence and beauty in the music video for her new single “Stupid F–king B–ch” (SFB, for short). — A spicy anthem about a clout-chasing friend (played by her real-life friend, model Stefanie Gurzanski) who tries to steal her famous friend’s spotlight. The accompanying video to the hit track dropped on December 4, and shows Bella letting loose with friends, while flaunting her fit physique in pink lingerie and other sultry looks.
Bella, who wrote and directed the 2-minute music video, also did her own makeup with the help of Krishelle Blackwell — her glam go-to for red carpets and events alike. Blackwell, who’s Bella’s close friend, also stars in the video. The singer’s hair was courtesy of Castillo and she was styled by Mikiel Benyamin. Additionally, the video was made possible by Bella’s production company, Content X.
In social media posts leading up to the video’s release, Bella revealed that she “wrote this jam” with the help of her sister Dani Thorne, artist Phem and Sabir Shapiro. On December 10, Bella celebrated a major milestone for her latest single. “Song hit a Millie in 3 days,” she wrote alongside a behind-the-scenes photo from the music video. The visual now has over one million views on YouTube.
In a recent interview, Bella explained that she’s excited for people to see the comedic flare she put into “SFB” and its music video. “I’m excited for people to laugh. I love making a lot of my sh-t comedic, a little on the nose,” she told Flaunt magazine. “It’s always funny when I listen to rappers like ‘oh sh-t,’ a certain lyric catches me. I love using that style, it’s so prevalent in this song. There’s definitely some really, really fun lyrics. You’ve got to admit, some really fun lyrics in this song. My goodness,” she said, laughing. “I’m trying to think of my favorite one, probably ‘you’re a dirty bitch, now you’re standing in my image.'”
As for how the song came together? — “We’re in the studio, we’d already done another song that night. I had things already in my phone that I thought were good lyrics. ;Man, we’re feeling this,'” the Infamous actress recalled. “I really wanted to do a song that switches up because we’d already done another song that has a complete beat change like this one has I really like that, quite a few of my songs on my album do have that, using different genres. Thoughts started flowing and the song went in a very certain direction, which was ‘Stupid F–king B–ch,'” she explained, with the magazine noting her laughter.