JLo Objectifies Men In New Video ‘I Luh Ya PaPi’

by
Monica Uriarte
Jennifer Lopez aka JLo released her 10th album and this is her first single from it titled ‘I Luh Ya PaPi.’ Her new music video actually starts out with JLo and her colleges talking about what the music video ‘I Luh Ya PaPi’ should be about. As they are sitting around discussing what the theme should be for her new music video, the girls begin to discuss the differences in gender roles within music videos.

Jennifer Lopez aka JLo released her 10th album and this is her first single from it titled ‘I Luh Ya PaPi.’ Her new music video actually starts out with JLo and her colleges talking about what the music video ‘I Luh Ya PaPi’ should be about. As they are sitting around discussing what the theme should be for her new music video, the girls begin to discuss the differences in gender roles within music videos.

One girl says, “If she was a guy we wouldn’t be having this conversation at all,” then the other chimes in, “No seriously, if she was a dude they would seriously have her up in a mansion with all these half naked girls. Or maybe even in a yacht, you know how they stay doin’ a yacht scene with champagne, drinking.” Then the other girl asks, “Why do men always objectify the women in every single music video? Like why can’t we for once objectify the men?”

And that’s exactly how the video starts. They decide that it would be an interesting role reversal to objectify the men in the video. Check out the video and let us know what you think of JLo’s intentional role reversal in ‘I Luh Ya PaPi.’ Do you think she played it off well? Or do you think she shouldn’t have done that?

Carbonated.TV