I was beginning to think the visuals for B!tch Better Have My Money had been lost at sea.
Having been months since the song debuted, I'd figured that the swift followed-up of American Oxygen was surely a sign that BBHMM was DOA. But never fear, Rihanna clearly had a message she wanted to send with this. One that appears to be aimed squarely at the accountant who messed with her millions back in 2012.
Whether this reignites interest in the song or not, I don't think really matters. Rihanna had something to get off of her chest, and that's just what she did here. Literally and figuratively.
Warning: NSFW or for the faint-hearted.