The video is a hilarious and satirical take on reality TV.
In an ode to the ridiculous reality shows of the aughts, Maxo Kream and Megan Thee Stallion parody the obscene and hilarious shenanigans of shows like Flavor of Love and I Love New York in the new "She Live" video.
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"Yellowbone Tina, dark skin Keisha, hood b*tch, she gon' set it off like Latifah," Kream raps as the contestants are introduced. Meanwhile, Megan hosts a competition of her own. "I need a boss, I need a kingpin, I need designer pajamas to sleep in," she raps to the camera as the male contestants fight for Stalli's affection.
As the song bounces along, the video satirically captures the blatant objectification that took place in those early aught reality shows. From women stripping behind a curtain as Kream sits and watches to men taking off their shirts and winking to Megan's delight, the rappers don't even spend one-on-one time with any of their perspective lovers. What results is a hilarious catfight, and neither Stallion or Kream end up choosing anyone. It's a clever, entertaining video that once again proves Megan's star will only continue to rise.
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Is Black Out Tuesday really "an urgent step of action to provoke accountability and change"?
On Friday, May 29th, as protests ripped across the nation, a message began to circulate through social media, asking that the music industry disconnect from the Internet for a day.
The post called this "an urgent step of action to provoke accountability and change."
This is part of an initiative created by Atlantic Records' Jamila Thomas and Platoon's Brianna Agyemang, who launched it alongside several calls to action. "Tuesday, June 2nd is meant to intentionally disrupt the work week," they wrote. "The music industry is a multi-billion dollar industry. An industry that has profited predominantly from Black art. Our mission is to hold the industry at large, including major corporations + their partners who benefit from the efforts, struggles and successes of Black people accountable. … This is not just a 24-hour initiative. We are and will be in this fight for the long haul. A plan of action will be announced."
Some Hollywood elite took to the streets to protest in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Major cities across America have been host to a number of protests following the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who was murdered by former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin.
Hundreds of protesters were arrested over the weekend, as disturbing videos of police officers brutalizing civilians began to surface. Nevertheless, thousands and thousands of demonstrators stuck it out in support of the Black Lives Matter movement—and even in protective gear, a few familiar faces were among the crowds.
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