There’s much ado about Jennifer Lopez latest music video “I Luh Ya Papi”.
For once, it is men who are being objectified in the new video and- truth be told, it is as raunchy as they come, but with a difference. The lean, sculpted, half naked men look mouthwateringly hot.
Here’s the video:
This latest offering from J-Lo is an obvious jibe at all those music videos that have barely covered women just for the heck of it.
In fact, it is a shot-for-shot parody of a stereotypical hip hop or R&B videos that rampantly sexualize and objectify women.
It may be all of that, but unfortunately, that’s all it is.
It would make more of a point if the star and her female entourage weren’t following the typical stereotypes. It may be trying to make a point, but it is still sexist regardless of the gender that is being objectified.