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By Jessie Van Amburg
July 5, 2016

Fergie redefined the meaning of the acronym “MILF” on Friday with the video for her latest single, M.I.L.F. $. The video stars Fergie and a host of celebrity moms, including Kim Kardashian West, Chrissy Teigen, Ciara and models Gemma Ward and Amber Valletta.

The opening shot of the video sets the tone of the song, with a retro milk truck reading: “Milfman: Moms I’d Like to Follow” rolling down a picturesque suburban street. The phrase “MILF” usually refers to sexually desirable mothers.

“Changing the acronym to Moms I’d Like To Follow is about empowering women who do it all,” Fergie said to Entertainment Weekly. “They have a career, a family, and still find the time to take care of themselves and feel sexy.”

The lyrics of the song celebrate the power of the female breadwinner, with Fergie and her backup dancers at one point chanting, “Cause we I-N-D-E-P-E-N-D-E-N-T/ Do you know what that means?/ Can’t see me B-R-O-K-E/ I’m P-A-I-D.” All the celebrity cameos drove home that point—West has built herself a business empire, Ciara is a Grammy-award winning singer, and Teigen is a renowned supermodel (who publicly breastfeeds in the video as part of its message).

Watch the video below—but be advised of explicit lyrics.

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