Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass” may be in celebration of female confidence and comfort in having a more curvy figure, but this “B***h in Business” parody takes no prisoners, as it tears away at sexism and misogyny faced by women in the business place.
The video was created by three Columbia Business School students, and the feminist twist to the hit pop song does create a smile as it attempts to throw out the ridiculous notion of women made up of “sugar and spice” (and apparently domesticity) out the window.
With the description of the video, “Act like a man, get called a b***h. A love letter to all the bada** b***hes who aren’t afraid to be themselves in the business world #BiB” – I’m pretty sure a lot of women (not just in the business place) can relate to much of the song’s lyrics.
And though Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass” has a cute, bubblegumy feel to it, don’t expect to see that in “B***h in Business,” which has a few unapologetic lines that are NSFW.
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