Fergie Redefines The Meaning of MILF With Sexy Star-Studded “M.I.L.F.$.” Visual - Music | MERRY JANE
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Fergie Redefines The Meaning of MILF With Sexy Star-Studded “M.I.L.F.$.” Visual

Kim Kardashian, Ciara, and Chrissy Tiegan are just a few of the celebrities that star as MILFs.

by Cherise Johnson

by Cherise Johnson

Fergie enlists some of Hollywood’s sexiest moms for the visual behind her anthem of motherhood and empowerment, "M.I.L.F $".

Fergie flips the objectionable acronym, now representing for "Mothers I’d Like To Follow," thereby essentially redefining the meaning of the term "MILF".

Colin Tilley, known for his past work with Nicki Minaj and Kendrick Lamar, directed this star-studded and colorful, Stepford Wives-esque visual. Mother of one Ciara, who joined Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson in Holy Matrimony Wednesday (July 6), and mother of two, Kim Kardashian-West, wife of Kanye West, make their appearance in the video. While Kim can be seen dousing herself in a milky mess for a “Got Milk?” parody advert entitled “Got MILF?", Ciara modestly shows off her iconic dance moves while wearing a football jersey in the form of a crop top.

The Fergalicious singer is also joined by fellow mothers, Chrissy Teigen, Alessandra Ambrosio, Gemma Ward, Tara Lynn, Devon Aoki, Angela Lindvall, Isabeli Fontana, Amber Valletta, and Natasha Poly.

All of these lovely ladies hold down the title of mother, wife, and entrepreneur. They are all surely working hard to get that “MILF money,” all while simultaneously making sure their families are taken care of and keeping their hair and nails on fleek.

“Changing the acronym to 'Moms I’d Like To Follow' is about empowering women who do it all,” says Fergie in an exclusive statement to Entertainment Weekly. “They have a career, a family, and still, find the time to take care of themselves and feel sexy. With a wink of course :).”

In a world where society places restrictions on how a mom should act, in fear of being deemed as less than a good parent, the song’s message challenges that societal norm. It’s okay to embrace your sexy after having children, no apologies necessary.

Watch it below.


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Cherise Johnson

Cherise Johnson is a writer based out of Los Angeles and studied public relations at the University of Houston who is currently a freelance news writer for HipHopDX.com while running the fashionable Hip Hop website Vaultof1520.com, where she curates dope fashion photoshoots and interviews. Keep up with everything Cherise is doing by following her: @yourcheriseamor



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