Home Videos Photos Shop
PerezHilton CocoPerez Twitter Teen Mom Donald Trump Audrina PerezTV

Listen To This: Pour Some Mustard On It!

| Filed under: Listen To ThisMila J

With Tinashe AND Mila J we have a new wave of fierce R&P/urban/pop girls slaying the game!

They are giving us Aaliyah and Ciara for a new generation! And doing it so well! Both of them!

It's a movement!

Mila J's latest, My Main, is a DJ Mustard production. It's a girl power anthem - if Nicki Minaj and Lil Kim were besties and not enemies.

Check it out above!

Then CLICK HERE to listen to more music from Mila J!

Tags: , , , , , , ,

A Timeline Of Kylie Jenner & Travis Scott's Romance!
This Week In Celebrity Twitpics & Instagrams!
The Real Housewives' Wildest & Most Embarrassing Sex Tales!
Dirty Messages Hidden In Disney Films!
All The Celeb Couples Who Broke Up In 2017!
Gossip Girl Stars: Where Are They Now??

4 comments to “Listen To This: Pour Some Mustard On It!”

  1. Alien says – reply to this


    It's sad that women think they have to wear underwear in a video to get anyone to watch. If your music is good, there is no need for theatrics.

  2. 2

    My co-worker's ex-wife makes $84 /hour on the laptop . She has been without work for 9 months but last month her paycheck was $15266 just working on the laptop for a few hours. check it out


  3. 3

    That was delightfully annoying! Great…. another group of hose bags taking their close off and dancing around…so original.

  4. JenM says – reply to this


    Perez…. seriously?
    There's nothing empowering about this at all. The clothes is one thing I can handle … whatever.
    But they're singing about a friend and how she can tell her anything, always have each others backs etc… but yet, why are they dancing like sluts? As a female, I don't want to see her crotch, her ass twerking or see her boobs pressed together.
    The girls are also put on display for the guy at the bar, that clearly states "Its the best seat in the house" and the females are put in to a subservient position by serving the male.
    I'm not a feminist, I don't burn bra's or anything else in the stereotype of it, but this shit is offensive towards females if they're trying to claim to be a sister hood. This is what holds us back in the 1950's though, we aren't here to serve man, we aren't here to be put on display.

    Shame on you for reporting it such a lime light. Aaliyah and Ciara were cool hot sexy, but they weren't doing what they did for the progression of females and a sisterhood, they did it to get noticed by dudes and it worked for them.

    Stop the facade from growing. Enough.