A prestigious British boarding school is backtracking after renting its facilities to Stefflon Don for the filming of her new "Pretty Girl" video. The Mill Hill School in north London apologized today (Aug. 22) in a statement to The Sun for any offense caused by Don's visual.
The clip, released on Aug. 17, features Stefflon as a new student who brings mayhem to campus. She smokes weed in her dorm room, dances naked in the locker room showers, plays pranks in chemistry class, and gets violent in a game of soccer, among other hijinks.
The school's management was not amused and has launched an investigation into how the rapper gained permission to film on the premises.
"Strict controls are in place on the suitability of the content," a school spokesperson told The Sun. "The governors are investigating how this filming was allowed to proceed and apologise for any offence caused."
Mill Hill, whose alumni includes prominent politicians and entertainers, also announced on Monday (Aug. 20) that its chief executive was stepping down, although the school denied to Daily Mail that the move has anything to do with the "Pretty Girl" video.
The situation recalls the drama between Lil Pump and the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, which condemned Pump's "Gucci Gang" video, filmed at the Blessed Sacrament School in Hollywood.
Stefflon's track features Tiggs Da Author and appears on her new mixtape Secure. The 2018 XXL Freshman also released visuals for project cuts "Senseless" and "Lil Bitch." You can watch the "Pretty Girl" video below.
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