"I'm just happy to see so many of the girls jumping in the game and expressing themselves."
YouTube originally claimed the video was against its guidelines.
"No one is starting on ground zero," Lyte told VIBE at RIAA's Hip-Hop Honors.
The two teased the song's cover art on social media ahead of dropping the music video.
The raunchy record has surpassed 100 million streams on Spotify.
"And that's why a lot of you pissy tails got unfollowed today."