The video was directed by Matt Alonzo and features Maejor hanging out with Bieber and Juicy J as they rap about hot girls and partying. It also introduces the "lolly dance," which Bieber fans on Twitter have pressed to knock twerking off its pop-culture throne.
"Lolly" first made headlines when it was released in February, after Maejor Ali asked Juicy J to record on the track.
"[Maejor Ali] hit me up, man. He's like he's got this record with Justin Bieber he wanted me to do a verse on it," Juicy J said earlier this year. "He was like 'Man, I think this would be crazy... me, you and Justin Bieber,' which I thought was a great idea too. It's like people are shocked right now. They're like 'What the ...?' He sent me the instrumental and I did my verse to it."
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