Jennifer Lopez Unleashes Women's Revolution in Hillary-Quoting 'Ain't Your Mama' Video: Watch
Beginning with a one-sided phone conversation that probably every working woman in the world has had (“I’m tired, I’ve been working all day! No, I can't...you should [do it]”), Lopez then takes us to a TV news studio where Hillary Clinton’s famous “Human rights are women’s rights” speech can be heard in the background.
From that point on, Lopez embarks on a history of women’s fight for independence, from a 1950s kitchen to an assembly line to a 1980s boardroom (which immediately evokes the film 9 to 5) where Lopez, dolled up in a purple shoulder-padded jacket and big hair, is shut out of the meeting.
Her rallying cry, asking women everywhere to get up and scream "I Ain't Your Mama!" is a reference to the famous "I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take it anymore!” cry heard in the 1976 satire Network.
It ends with an all-women power march/dance. Watch.