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The Weeknd carries his own cross, but he uses it as a weapon — destroying even his own trophy cabinet.
“Look what you’ve done, I’m a motherf***in’ starboy,” Abel sings, implying that his enemies have indeed given him a cross to bear, but he has channeled his anger into achievement, rather than allowing them to crucify him.
The video does not seem to be conveying a Christian or indeed a sacrilegious message, as some viewers have alleged.
Metaphysically, it appears to be in sympathy with new age concepts like synchronicity, manifestation and thought-forms, or tulpas, as described by The braggadocious Canadian warns listeners in the first verse that he is about to ruin their day before going on to brag about his car, lifestyle, “main b****” and “side b****,” who are both “out of your league.” Abel describes a girl “cutting ivory [cocaine] into skinny pieces [thin lines]” on an ebony table before snorting it, adding “I love my baby.” This prompted some fans to ask whether Abel has just revealed that his girlfriend Bella Hadid is a cocaine user.
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