As if I wasn’t disgusted enough with music videos these days; this gem makes its debut. After watching it, I don’t even know how to convey or explicitly describe the negative feelings I have towards this video. So first, some questions:
The extremely short clips all mashed up together-is this some sort of strategy for masking the fact that this video is highly sexual, explicit and nsfw on the internet? I just had a mild seizure watching this
”warning-stand by for countdown-prepare audience for maximum impact-full immersion begins in-10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1..” -Is this some foreshadowing to the fact that Jlo is about to “booty shock” the fuck out of you in ten seconds? Or maybe she didn’t have enough ass-jiggling footage? Why are you warning me, when you obviously want me to be immersed and heavily impacted by your forthcoming booty shaking? Are we all as(s)tronauts counting down the seconds to mission “getbigbootyfucked”?
What is up with the EOS placement ad @ 3:06 in this video?? Is the EOS company telling society that they fully support ladies with big booties (hence why their lip-chaps are shaped as bodacious, curvy balls)? Are they excluding ladies without any assets now? Well that’s rude. Maybe this entire song was about something else, but EOS would only endorse it if Jlo sang about big booties.
Why are you suddenly covered in oil (water, gelatin, KY intense oil) near the ending Jlo?? If you’re trying to emphasize your tush, I think the rest of the video has already taken care of that.
Why is Jlo randomly chewing gum (that is awkwardly obvious to the viewer) at ~1:54? Maybe she was too close to Iggy and had embarrassing bad breath?
The ending-with the “femme-fatale” outfit; is that what it’s supposed to convey? Why the cigarette? What? Even all the shit in cigarettes can’t deflate a booty like your’s?
And there you go. Maybe I will come up with a serious critique of this in the near (not-so-near) future.