This may be the only existing video interview of short-lived female sex-rap trio H.W.A. and with good reason: they're such liars! What's above (more classic footage from Slammin' Rap) is three minutes of spin. Baby Girl, Jazzy and Diva D look like they walked off an '80s Jersey shore postcard and completely misrepresent their slutacious image, explaining that the "Hoes" part of Hoes With Attitude "is businesswomen--women making money at whatever they're selling. We're selling records." First of all, no they weren't. They didn't sell shit! Also, I think in this case "hoe" means "one who has cognitive dissonance." I've heard mildly persuasive arguments for the reclaiming of the word "bitch," but this just seems like the product of low self-esteem. So that's sad. On the other hand, it's very egalitarian of them to imply that bathing suits can be just as powerful as business suits. Or maybe they just know nothing! Hard to say. Anyway, they go on to claim their song "Funk Me" is about dancing (and not being...funked) and that, "We're not selling sex, we're selling sexy." That makes as much sense as an actual hooker saying, "I'm not selling blowjobs, I'm selling blowjobbies."
Bonus: You've probably heard 20 Fingers featuring Gillette's minor '90s hit "Short Dick Man," but have you heard her lip synch it uncensored in front of children on Brazilian TV? Either these kids have no idea what she's saying or they, too, don't want no short-dick men. Everyone is way too enthusiastic about this horror show!
(Everyone including me.)
(20 Fingers vid is via john__juan on Twitter.)