The debate continues over Fergie’s new video clip with one chat show host getting a bit too real.
Earlier this week we shared a post from The Milk Meg who is frustrated about the clip saying “Breastfeeding in a music video…good. Totally sexualised…bad. Our work to normalise breastfeeding continues!”
The outspoken host said she was shocked to hear that people thought that it was “gratuitous” and “low-brow”.
“I thought it was typical Fergie, a girl having cartoon-ish fun. The song itself is really cute. We’ll know all the words to it by July 15. Mark my words.”
“We’ve become so numb to sexuality and what is provocative these days, but I have no problems with this. Personally speaking I think the people are hating on this are mums who haven’t lost that last 20lbs,” she said.
“OR Being a MILF isn’t about weight, so I’ll take that back. When you push the babies out a lot of people push their beauty out as well.”
She continued: “Some women get more beautiful and other women just settle into the life of mum. It doesn’t mean you’re not beautiful.”
“Changing the acronym to Moms I’d Like To Follow is about empowering women who do it all,” Fergie told 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.”
COME ON! Nowhere in there did Fergie say it is about giving women the right to bag one another out about their baby weight loss. When will it end?
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