Jennifer Lopez featuring French Montana - I Luh Ya PaPi

It’s only been a few weeks since Nicki Minaj tackled the male gaze with the release of her “Lookin’

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It’s only been a few weeks since Nicki Minaj tackled the male gaze with the release of her “Lookin’ Ass Ni**a” music video, and it looks like Jennifer Lopez also has something to say, and she’s using the audio visuals for “I Luh Ya PaPi” to say it. Introducing the concept with a clip of J. Lo and a group of friends in a discussion over her music video’s creative direction, the ladies argue that if a video was a for a male it would show her “in a mansion with all these half-naked girls” or on a yacht with champagne, so they switch up the system by placing her in the middle of these conventions instead.

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