Our favourite Drag Race queen Nina Flowers stars in a music video that tackles trolls and backstabbers in the sassiest way possible.

The song, created by LA artist FIOR stars Nina flowers and her fellow drag extraordinaire Sissy Spastik.

The fierce video for ‘Backstabber’ features season one drag queen Flowers having a face down with Sissy Spastik in a video that is packed full of glamour and attitude.

“Personal conflicts and negativity have taken centre stage as entertainment,” Fior said.

“The audience is so quick to dehumanise those they don’t like. Online bullying. Virtual stoning. It’s feeding this emerging troll culture that’s infected the way people view art.”

“In Backstabber, the queens kill each other, and the crowd just throws money on top of their dead bodies, cheering because they want to see it again! They forget about the queen’s humanity, the pain that caused them to lash out. They forget about the sacrifice.”

The song is the first single on the album ‘The Gates of Paititi is available on most music streaming sites including Spotify and Tidal.

Nina and Sissy aren’t the first Drag Queens to attack trolls. In Germany, Olivia Jones is suing a right wing party for comparing gays to paedophiles.

Electra La Cnt wore a tiara covered in HIV positive blood to break down the bigotry and start a conversation around the subject.

Bob the Drag Queen released a video encouraging fans to use PrEP, which can reduce people’s chances of being infected with HIV by up to 99 percent if taken daily.

Watch the full song here: