Fergie Receives Backlash for M.I.L.F.$ Music Video



Its only been a few days since Fergie released her new video M.I.L.F.$ and it has already stirred up some controversy.

Singer Fergie released the video for her single “M.I.L.F.$ to redefine the acronym M.I.L.F to M.I.L.F.$. With the pop star’s new meaning (Moms I’d like to follow) the video features just that. With appearances from Chrissy Teigen, Kim K, and Ciara, the mission was to empower women and moms who do it all. For those who have a career, family, and still find the time to look good. Though Fergie’s mission was to create a positive image, some disagree. Many people took to their social media accounts to express their thoughts on the video. They argue that the video doesn’t portray “real women.” It all started when Twitter users slammed Kim K’s tiny waist seen in the video. They felt as if her figure was digitally enhanced and gives a bad example for young women.

Many women are saying that even though the message was meant for women empowerment, many are saying the video isn’t empowering as it would be if the video featured women who haven’t lost that baby weight. On the other hand, talk show host Wendy Williams is actually backing the video giving props to Fergie’s creativity. She comments on the video being cute and something we will all know the words to soon.

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Despite the ridicule, the former Black Eyed Peas singer hasn’t commented on any of the backlash.
Maya Moore
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