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ASAP Ferg, Nicki Minaj Want You to Work Those Love Handles in Jazzercise-y ‘Move Ya Hips’ Visualizer

The new visualizer for ASAP Ferg’s single “Move Ya Hips” doesn’t feature the rapper or his cohorts Nicki Minaj and MadeinTYO, but it is a real workout for the eyes.

The clip, which dropped along with the track on Thursday (July 30), masquerades as a late night exercise informercial for a series of hip-swiveling, deep-knee-bending moves that will help you “get hips!” and tone up your love handles.

Plus, if you text the number in the video — (917) 994-7001 — you will get a response from Ferg himself letting you know he got your message, and asking you to click a link that will add you to his phone so he can respond personally.

“Move Ya Hips” is Minaj’s first new track since recently revealing that she is pregnant with her first child.

Check out the “Move Ya Hips” visualizer below.

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