“No, baby don’t tell me your story. You know I don’t care. So why you persistent? For no I am not, not gonna sleep with you. Stop now, stop now. Have some respect. Don’t act like I’m blind. I can see your intent. I’ve spent way too much time. I have listened to this. Listened to sh*t from a player. You get no love.”
The video finds Beer inside the skateboarding area of a park. Also, the following scenes show a different array of things like people riding motorcycles, breakdancing, and partying.
The song speaks about a woman that’s chilling at a party. She’s minding her own business, texting on her phone. A guy tries to pick her up, but she’s not interested. She’s not playing hard to get. She just needs her space.
“It’s honestly not even from personal experiences. It’s more from things I’ve seen at bars or clubs or wherever. I’ve seen so many dudes be so up on girls, and I’m just over there like, “How are you not taking a hint that this girl is literally texting on her phone while you’re trying to talk to her or whatever?” And I just wish that when this song came on, girls could have it and feel empowered and feel confident and they could scream it at the top of their lungs and feel sexy or whatever and be able to tell someone, “No, I’m not going home with you.” – Madison Beer via Genius