Booty gets booted
[column_item][dropcaps style=’2′]Australian rock chick Brody Dalle has lashed out at superstars Jennifer Lopez and Iggy Azalea over their alleged “obscene feature” video for J’lo’s new pop tune Booty, which emphasizes the artists revolving against one another in leotards while saturated in what gives off an impression of being oil or lubricant.[/dropcaps]
The video was made public a week ago and has picked up 32 million views in the past six days, yet has cocked eyebrows more than it has raised discussion on its music merit. The response has in a best case scenario review been mostly blended. Fay Strang of the Mirror said the cut was jaw-dropping in an unsettled way, bringing up the numerous negative notions with tweeters seeing the clip as a new low for pop music since Miley Cyrus’ Wrecking Ball.[/column_item]
I'm trying to understand what the point of their horrendous video is but I can't find one
— Brody Dalle (@BrodyDalle) September 22, 2014
[image src=’http://fnx.network/fnxnetwork/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/IMG_0355.png’ width=’400′ height=’293′ title=’Source: Vevo, YouTube’ align=’left’]It has roused a lot of undesirable responses as well: several sexually unequivocal tweets and posts on Facebook. American big name tattle site TMZ additionally reported that a representive of the Doc Johnson lube organization had approached Lopez with a sponsorship proposal… classy.
On Youtube, likes equalled dislikes, showing a much higher dissatisfaction rating for a new music video than typically expected. The response to Taylor Swift’s Shake It Off, case in point, had a dislike for every 6 to 7 likes… no need to shake that off Taylor.
However Dalle, who we love at FNX with her punk rock bad-assery, is the first artist to candidly scrutinize the J’lo/Iggy feature.