The visual kicks off with The Weeknd casually walking into a building before opening fire on a series of men to get revenge on his cheating ex-girlfriend. “Said you love me, but I don’t care/ That I broke my hand on the same wall/ That you told me that he f—-d you on,” he sings in the chorus.
With his arm in a cast, the singer continues his shooting spree as he moves through the space, even unleashing a grenade at one point.
Soon after, Malone chimes in, saying, “Said you wanna have my babies, I f—ed you so good you should pay me/ Don’t call me ‘baby’ when you did me so wrong.”
Post Malone then picks up a rifle of his own and proceeds to shoot several Weeknd doppelgangers along his path, until he meets his archnemesis face to face.
Spoiler alert: In the end, The Weeknd and Malone fatally shoot each other simultaneously.
In addition to the new music video, Malone released a limited-edition “One Right Now” merchandise collection, available for purchase online.
See the new “One Right Now” music video, directed by Tanu Muino and starring the Billboard Hot 100-topping duo of The Weeknd and Post Malone, below: