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Watch Jennifer Lopez Represent For The Ladies in ‘I Luh Ya Papi’ Video

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(Courtesy of Capitol Music Group)

(Courtesy of Capitol Music Group)

By Shannon Carlin

Jennifer Lopez is a woman who knows what she wants. And one thing she doesn’t want is to film the video for her latest single, “I Luh Ya Papi” featuring French Montana at a water park.

In the clip, J.Lo shows us she’s not only Jenny From the Block, but she’s the boss, making sure the video also isn’t filmed at a carnival or a zoo because despite what the director says, no one is going to think she’s saying, “I luh ya puppy.”

According to her sassy friends, these terrible ideas all stem from the fact that she’s a woman, because seriously, if she was a guy they would be filming this video in a mansion or a yacht with a bunch of scantily clad ladies. Asking the pertinent question, “Why do men objectify women in every single video?”

So what does J.Lo do in her new video? She gives the men a taste of their own medicine. Yes, J.Lo objectifies the men. All in jest of course.

She’s seen fully clothed, flanked by half naked guys walking through a mansion as she puts on all of her gold chains. Because like Drake, she wears every single chain even when she’s in the house.

Men arise slow motion out of pools and wash her car in their skivvies. And yes, she’s on a yacht, drinking champagne, surrounded by half naked men. Montana gets to keep his clothes on though.

The lesson here being, anything a man can do, J.Lo can do better.

“I Luh Ya Papi” is the third new song Lopez has dropped this year, following “Girls” (which featured production by DJ Mustard) in January and “Same Girl” (co-written by Chris Brown) in February.

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