You're having a fucking laugh aren't you?! unbelievable..

(7 Posts)
MySordidCakeSecret Thu 21-Apr-16 16:49:23

That "work from home" song has been bugging me like crazy... because it seems to me to be advocating shunning the workplace for an alternative career as an amateur porn star. Either that or it's sexualising women in the workplace..

Prime example lyrics such as "let your/my body do the work" and "I don't need no explanation, cos baby you're the boss at home."

Anyhoo so after hearing it for the 10th time today i looked it up on google, and i cam across this article: www.spin.com/2016/02/fifth-harmony-work-from-home-727-5h-camila-cabello-interview-video-watch/

Now I don't know who this Camila woman is, but is she taking the mick?! A song about gender equality?! a.. what?

The part that really got me is where she describes the male artist who features.
"“Honestly, that’s my favorite part of the song,” Cabello says. “Ty added such an amazing flair to it… the way that he plays with the melody and his dissonant notes.""

Yes.. lines such as "Girl, go to work for me
Can you make it clap, no hands for me?"

What lyrical genius. Ooh the video is at the bottom, set on a construction site.. maybe i will be proved wrong and they'll show women working in a typicall male dominated setting in a.. ah. about 3 seconds in and they're pulling stripper moves. nice.

SimpleSimonThePieMan Thu 21-Apr-16 17:00:29

YABU - it's a fucking choon!

FuckSanta Thu 21-Apr-16 17:04:08

Hideous.

YelloRoses Thu 21-Apr-16 17:08:42

snore

JaneJefferson Thu 21-Apr-16 17:24:13

Appalling.

BolshierAryaStark Thu 21-Apr-16 17:25:55

Yep, it's bollocks along with most other shite kicking about...

Pasithea Thu 21-Apr-16 17:39:16

Not as gender provocative as the David Guetta song.

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