An article in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, which mentions the song, and the fashion statement, stated that after the release of the song, many clubs and school began to ban the use of white t-shirts on the basis that the shirts were associated with gangs.
The video for the song begins with a faux news report by "Robert Watson" from Atlanta, who is holding a microphone with "DFB" on it. He is talking about waiting from a call from the governor, when his phone rings. He then tells the camera that he "just saved a bunch of money on wardrobe by switching to White Tee's", in reference to Geico commercials. The video then progresses into the song, where everyone is shown wearing white t-shirts as they perform numerous activities such as riding "quads", dancing on cars, skateboarding and riding bikes.