Jason Derulo Defends 'Wiggle': 'I'm Not Objectifying Women'

Pop singer says his hit single about women shaking their backsides isn't sexist, but just a "fun song."
1:03 | 08/08/14

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Transcript for Jason Derulo Defends 'Wiggle': 'I'm Not Objectifying Women'
The -- -- -- it keeps coming from her. Sexism you can -- song and say anything about it part. And I'm in the Booth and I'm in I'm making this Hong -- wiggle and I'm saying you know it's -- that big -- but. Know -- my mind and my thinking I'm object to find women. And I'm just mission a fund solved it's not necessarily to tell a woman. You know what to do with that big -- -- -- come here. -- big lake like abusive or anything like that is literally just -- fun song that's not really supposed to be taken and that light. It's folks to be advance on incidents hung in. That's good news when you read so much into -- -- just becomes this whole other thing this is like really. -- -- -- -- But when you see you know little three year olds -- to it and you know it's it's their favorite song I think is amazing.

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