Dua Lipa’s music video for ‘IDGAF’ is perfect for those of us sick of men’s bad behavior
Just about every woman I know, me included, has been in a relationship where we were treated badly by the man we loved. At some point, however, most of us decide “Enough is enough” and walk away from it.
After all, nobody deserves to be treated badly. Especially by a man that, most of the time, didn’t deserve us in the first place.
Dua Lipa‘s new music video for her fabulously self-empowering song ‘IDGAF‘ illustrates just that point, as it shows a woman who, while she is definitely dealing with an inner struggle when it comes to leaving the man she thought she loved, is now at a point where she just doesn’t ‘IDGAF‘ anymore. (‘I don’t give a f*ck’, for those that are bad at abbreviations).
Dua Lipa’s music video for ‘IDGAF‘ has two different Dua’s dancing similar dance moves but in mirror images of each other — her stronger side and her weaker one.
But, as the video progresses, the stronger side berates the weaker one into realizing self-love is the only thing that matters at the end of the day, and that a man’s bad behavior is never acceptable. No matter how much you love them.
So, if you are in the midst of trying to give up on that man whose behavior will never change, or have already walked away and and now he has come back begging, watch Dua Lipa’s self-empowering ‘IDGAF’ video below and then memorize these lyrics, and live by them. Because you will be a helluva lot happier when you do —
You call me all friendly
Tellin’ me how much you miss me
That’s funny, I guess you’ve heard my songs
Well, I’m too busy for your business
Go find a girl who wants to listen
‘Cause if you think I was born yesterday
You have got me wrong
So I cut you off
I don’t need your love
‘Cause I already cried enough
“IDGAF” is the seventh single from Lipa’s incredibly successful self-titled LP. Released in 2017, it has garnered a number one UK hit with the single ‘New Rules‘, as well as made the top 40 album charts in a slew of other countries, including number 3 in Ireland and number 5 in the UK.