Jennifer Lopez Features a Hillary Clinton Speech in 'Ain't Your Mama,' Gets Tweet of Thanks in Return

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Jennifer Lopez Features Hillary Clinton's UN Speech in 'Ain't Your Mama,' Clinton Tweets Her Thanks

Today in surprising celeb bonding sessions we have democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and pop star Jennifer Lopez, AKA Jenny from the Block.

Lopez's most recent single "Ain't Your Mama" is being hailed as this summer's feminist anthem with the ultra-empowering music video to back it up — just ask Hillary.

Upon discovering "Ain't Your Mama's" shout-out to Clinton via a voice clip from her 1995 United Nations Fourth World Conference speech, the frontrunner tweeted her thanks to Lopez:

Most notably the speech contained a comparison of human vs. women's rights, Clinton's main point being that they are one in the same:

"Human rights are women’s rights, and women’s rights are human rights, once and for all. It’s our time to have wage equality once and for all, and equal rights for women in the United States of America. This is no simple reform. It really is a revolution."

In the video, Lopez assumes the roles of various women with various jobs: homemaker, factory worker, and secretary. In her world, however, those same women rise up against the oppression they've experienced, demanding better treatment.

Cheers to that, and also, does this woman never age?


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